When winds of change blow do you build a windmill or a wall? What is about Fall and my inner need to switch things up? Are you like that, too? Some people start new things in January, but many times I find myself with an inner need to change when the leaves change colors.
This year, it was no different. My desire to change isn’t for my convenience or need alone. It’s for you, my reader. I want to help you on a more regular basis.
So, I decided to step out of my rut and shake up my routine.
Winds of Change
Here’s the scoop. When you visit my blog, I want to serve you. I want you to find value here. However, I’ve had myself spread so thin across so many places I’ve not been serving my blog readers well. Between keeping up with things here on the blog, several social media sites, and various writing projects I felt an overwhelming spirit of defeat. I know that spirit wasn’t from God, but it was the enemy. I knew God didn’t want me to build a wall when I felt the need for change.
But, I’ll be truthful. I was a little apprehensive about the wind-mill! I prayed for answers about what to do. How can I best serve my readers? I knew I needed to find the deeper way to make an impact. That’s when I felt led to write a monthly newsletter.
It will be a window into my writing world. I’ll include news, things I find that I think would interest you, and updates on my writing and creativity. But, I also want to serve you in a spiritual nature. The newsletter will have a second part which I’m very excited about.
The first part will be the news I mentioned above and I will send it to you on the 15th of each month. Then, later at the end of the month, I will send you a <drum roll, please>
When she’s not sweeping dog hair, experimenting in the kitchen, or doodling on paper, Kim C. Steadman is writing. She is a self-proclaimed cubicle-nation escapee and now lives her childhood dreams. She is a freelance writer, speaker and ministers alongside her family in Grand Prairie, TX. She and her husband care-take acreage which includes woods, fields and critters all of which weave themselves into her writings.
She loves coffee, chocolate, and TexMex food. She also enjoys DIY projects that don’t include power saws & hiking in the mountains. Connect with her on Facebook at KimSteadmanAuthor