I think in this flourishing digital age, we need to be careful about the time we spend interacting on social media. It should never become a substitute for interacting in the real world.
To live a great story, we need to be intentional about using our time to cultivate real-life relationships.
This sometimes means stepping out of our comfort zone. And saying ‘yes’ even if we are a little bit scared.
It means opening yourself up to someone else’s story and learning much along the way. It also means having fun.
Try initiating a real-life connection with someone you enjoy virtually. Make time for neighbors you rarely see. Visit your grandparents. Pour into the children that enter your home.
Because people – and moments spent with them – are at the heart of a great story. [Thank you, thank you Crystal & Kelli for making this day happen!]