Being Intentional Every Single Day and Taking a Look at the Year 2000

Today on The Morning Thing we shared 10 tips for Being Intentional Every Single Day so that we can live for Him, make use of our time and prioritize the things that are important in our life.

Spending time with Jesus is super important to our lives and to our faith so that we can build up that relationship and be more clear about the things that He has planned for us.

Getting sleep and rest is also super important in helping us be intentional because when we are well rested, we are more focused and we are able to accomplish more with our time. “It is vain that you rise up early and go late to rest, eating the bread of anxious toil; for he gives to his beloved sleep.” ~Psalm 127:2

A full list of the 10 tips can be found here: http://intentionalbygrace.com/10-tips-for-being-intentional-every-single-day/

We also took a look back to the year 2000 as part of Wayback Wednesday! Did you know that the city of Gisbourne in New Zealand, was the first to ring in the Millennium? The way they’re positioned in the country, makes them the closest to the International Date Line making them the first city in the world to the sun every single day!

Also on May 2nd, President Bill Clinton announced that accurate GPS access would no longer be restricted to the United States military – which has been wonderful for us as we have been able to utilize GPS on those confusing highways and exits across America and the world. It’s weird to think that 15 years ago, we didn’t have things such as smartphones and GPS, but now it’s been integrated into our lives so much that we don’t even think twice about where we need to go.

And of course the 27th Summer Olympics happened in Sydney, Australia, where the USA won 97 medals – 40 of them being gold! Good job America!

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