When You Wear Too Many Hats

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Welcome to you joining by finding your way here from my Proverbs 31 Ministries devotion today called Wearing Too Many Hats. {To read it, click here but be sure to come back for the giveaway!}

When You Wear Too Many Hats: Giveaway of Pressing Pause: 100 Quiet Moments for Moms to Meet with Jesus at karenehman.com

Do you also wear too many hats? Are you a counselor, co-worker, daughter, sister, friend, wife, mother, aunt, grandma, neighbor, chef, nurse, counselor, referee, committee chair, and oh, yeah … a woman of God?

Maybe it is time you pressed pause and pulled back to refresh and refuel.

PPIf you want to be entered to win one of three copies of my latest book Pressing Pause: 100 Quiet Moments for Moms to Meet with Jesus leave a comment here tell us what hats you wear during the course of the week or why you need to press pause for a while.

It’s time we moms grabbed a little piece of quiet.

 

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  • Balancing the wheel while juggling through various roles of being a wife, a mother, a community member, a neighbour, a church leader, a daughter, a daughter in law, a leader in the office etc is very challenging but great experience indeed. I have learnt that a purpose driven life is an answer to this challenge. I always ask myself, why am I here? Why did God create me at first place? Why did God allow me to get the opportunities that others did not get? The answer to those questions reduces stress, helps me to focus my energy, simplify my decisions and give a meaning to my life. Will be happy to grab a copy.

  • Hi karen, i am thankful to get this chance to share how we women can wear many hats! and that’s a blessing! but yes, being a wife, a nurse to my husband who has an end-stage renal disease, a mother, a cook, day care volunteer worker, laundry woman, a president in our place (relocation housing), and yes, a church worker as women’s ministry adviser, really needs a time to just be quiet, and spend with myLord Jesus who keeps me wearing these hats…

  • As a single mom, I wear every hat imaginable. Keeping my focus on Jesus is sometimes the only way I get through my day. My upcoming summer schedule is dreadful as I will need to rearrange my work schedule to get my daughter to summer camps that don’t really accommodate full time working parents let alone single parents. A very Godly woman in my church passed two years ago and one of the other ladies in the church gave me a framed bible verse that belonged to the woman who passed…..it was Matthew 6:33. I hung it on my bedroom wall so when I wake up every morning I know what my priorities need to be! I love this devotional as it is another reminder, Christ comes first!

  • I’m a stay at home mom and as such feel I should be doing an awesome job as far as kids, house, meals etc…Somehow I’m overwhelmed, disorganized and really want peace and calm. I would love to read your book. I truly enjoyed this devotion today:)

  • Hats, hats, amd more hats (sigh!). Wife, mom (with two emerging young adult), daughter, family member, friend, educator (with even more hats). I am learning that I don’t have to be all of them everyday. When I try to meet all of those expectations, every day, I lose myself – and my peace. Quiet time is my time to connect, pray, and re-focus on what is important.