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Life In The Time Of Coronavirus Lockdown Diary Day 14: Self-growth

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Life in the Time of Coronavirus


Lockdown Diary Day 14: Self-growth

It may still be Easter holiday and it's my paid day off but I thought I'd make this day productive.

I finished my Direct Email Marketing certification training and got my certificate from Digital Marketer. In case you don't know, that is a big deal for online workers.

It's an 8-hour course plus quiz.

I also took their Copywriting Jumpstart Pack. I was a little exhausted from information overload but that's okay. I'd rather be exhausted from learning than from doing nothing.

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This coronavirus may have given me some anxiety but I promised myself I won't let it be the end of me.

This crisis will not paralyze and stop me from moving forward and onward.

I refuse to get stuck.

My God is bigger than this pandemic, more powerful than this virus.

I may have slowed down but I will not stop.

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I went back to social media after a week of disconnect. I'm taking it slow as I know I'm still not 100% okay.

Filtering the news and info I consume, trying to avoid toxic topics and forcing myself to focus on my faith and not on my fears.

These are just a few of the things I'm trying to do now.

The enemy is so good at discouraging me a lot lately. I think all of us right now are being attacked more than ever. Hell must be buzzing right now from all the minions busy going around torturing God's people.

I know we're all affected by this pandemic. We may be safe from the virus but mentally and emotionally, we're all suffering.

But I know we can get through this.

I decided I will end this pandemic with a bang in my self-growth. When all of this is over, I want to see myself victorious and not defeated.

Your turn

  • What areas of your life do you need improving?
  • How has this pandemic helping you grow?

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  1. My God is bigger than this pandemic, more powerful than this virus - Amen!

    Faith helps us handle what we can't see.

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