Water What Needs to Grow in Your Life

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Life today is virtual due to the pandemic. Are you using Facetime or Zoom these days?

My days are busy with either a group or one-on-one meeting every day of the week.

In one group meeting, my friend Alicia ended the call by saying, “Marisa, water your plant.”

A week later, “Marisa, water your plant.”

The video showed all. My plant suffered abuse under my care. I stopped watering it. In my defense, it’s a high-maintenance, over-dramatic plant. Even so, the plant needs water to grow.

When dehydrated, it doesn’t take long for its leaves to cascade over the pot. The leaves hang in a pitiful droop until it receives a drink. When watered, the plant springs into an elevated posture of delight.


Water the Parched Areas of Your Life

This past weekend, I spent time planning my workweek when my plant caught my eye. “Water!” It demanded.

While filling up the watering can, I realized I had to water the areas in my life that needed growth.

This pandemic has disrupted our lives. I don’t know about your home, but our family time has turned into a demand for solo time–please!

Even seven-year-old, Audrey, barricaded the entrance to her room. The doorway had a three-foot stack of blankets, pillows, and stuffed animals.

Rather than drive each other crazy, we can use our quarantine time to cultivate ourselves. Here are a few suggestions.



5 Areas of Life We Often Neglect

Faith – Check out Daily Audio Bible Podcast

Knowledge – Join me for my upcoming Webinar on April 7, 8, or 9th

Wellness – Check out Tara’s Keto Kitchen for health tips.

Joy – Count your blessings and appreciate every benefit life offers today.

Vision – Decide how you’re going to achieve what matters most to you.


Make the most out of this quarantine time.

Water what needs to grow in your life today, so you can serve others well tomorrow.

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