Being thankful for Life/why I keep changing my blog

Hello, dears!

So I am going to talk about two things in this post, and I will do the second one first. πŸ™‚

So you are probably all thinking (unless you are like me and just read blog posts by your feed), “Claire, why on earth do you keep changing your blog up to look different? Good grief, just fix it and stick with it already!”

Sorry for changing up my blog looks every few weeks; the reason I do that is because I am in the process of figuring out who I am right now, and what kind of styles I like best, and things like that. Can anyone relate? πŸ˜‰

And so if I see something that I could like better a different way, I just like to change it. I think I will stick with what I have for now. My blog is a work in progress, and I really want to be real with all of you rather than waiting till my blog is PERFECT…. which will probably never happen anyway. πŸ™‚

I want to thank you for encouraging me through your wonderful comments, and through some of you own blogs; I didn’t make this blog to show off what I’m doing, but to encourage others the way I love being encouraged: through realness and joy. Thanks for hanging in with me! πŸ™‚

OK, onto the second thing, which isΒ BEING THANKFUL FOR LIFE.

And I don’t mean trying to be thankful for the rest of your life, I mean realizing that the fact that you woke up this morning is an amazingly wonderful gift! God must have a purpose for you if you are still here!!

Just being alive and experiencing the beauty and love around us is a true gift from God.Β 

I hope we can all remember that this week!

God bless,

Claire Rachel<3



4 thoughts on “Being thankful for Life/why I keep changing my blog

  1. Kendra Lynne

    I’m so glad to know that! In the past, I have changed my blog’s look (and even the title) a lot, and I felt so weird and indecisive for doing that. But I, like you, have just been trying to find out who i really am and what my style is. So when I read this post, naturally I was happy to know that you’re going through the same thing. πŸ™‚
    Being thankful for the very fact that you’re living and breathing right this moment is so important. Sometimes I think that there’s really no reason for me to be here. I’m not significant. But I have to stop and remember that God made me for a purpose. I am alive because there is still something for me to do for his glory. And that goes for you too. πŸ™‚ ❀


    1. Claire Rachel Post author

      Yes, yes, and yes! I am so glad there is someone like me too! I feel like I should know, but in an imperfect world it just doesn’t happen like that.
      Thanks so much for commenting!

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