Girlfriends: Your Get Up and Go, Got Up and Left

BY: pradm2n

debbieandsusanChief of Pray,  blog talks with her girlfriend, Debbie Winton, about her blog: . You'll hear a lively discussion about ambition, energy and motivation. All women are not the same. Find out how to embrace your particular work ethic and work preference, to live the lifestyle that works for you. This episode of Girlfriends will finish up with a prayer for a fulfilling day: by Rachel Lee. Here's a highlight:

 

"Yesterday was one of those days; from pre-dawn till way past my bedtime, I was working hard. Adding to the mental strain, I was packing about 10 extra pounds of computer, recording equipment, and workout gear, along with a purse that was way too heavy. I'm not lying— as I sit here hours later, I still have indentations on my shoulders from the straps on my bags. Midway through the evening, I try to coax my little energy prayer into coming out of hibernation. No go. I drag myself through an after-hours dinner until I finally go to sleep."

 


 

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