By: Gabriela Yareliz
We are reaching the end of our elements that make up a Think Week. Next week is planning week. We truly hope that you will use this following week to map out your Think Week. Think of the distractions you need to eliminate, the different places you can visit or discover that will take you out of your routine (think adventures!), the ways you can spend time in nature each day, the different ways you can connect to God each morning and evening, things you can delegate or do ahead of time to lessen the load and stressors that often interfere with focus and think about the reading materials you want to read and ponder on.
Don’t miss our Think Week reading plan through 2 Corinthians 4-5:
Use your planning week to map out what you want your 2022 Think Week to look like. A lot of it will be modifications of what a non-pandemic Think Week would look like, but don’t underestimate what small changes to your routine can do. I hope you find yourself excited to plan a different kind of week. I really hope it’s a refreshing time of deeper spiritual connection, less anxiety and fun curiosity and exploration. Have fun with it. Give it a theme or don’t. Take the time to disconnect to connect. Your mind and body will thank you.
You just completed The Elements of a Think Week, this week.
You can find our other daily prep posts, here.
We are including a little gift here, a downloadable and printable agenda where you can map out your Think Week.
Think Week is April 17-23, 2022.
Can’t wait to hear all about your Think Weeks! I will also be embarking on mine. And for those of you not participating, we’ll be back soon!