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Start Small and Keep Going

2 little things we can do to help us become better preachers.

Start Small and Keep Going
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If you type “money saving tips” into Pinterest you’ll find lots of guru offerings that can be quite inspiring. One person simply set aside every five-dollar bill that they ran across and by the end of the year had over $3000 extra. Others offer charts showing the compounding effect of diligently saving even $10 a day over the course of one, five, or twenty years. Small choices that lead to profitable results.

Here's a doubly inspiring example of the same principle. What if, instead of buying that caramel macchiato, you got a simple black coffee instead? This small choice over time would not only show as an uptick in your bank account but also as a welcome reduction in your waistline. As one who tries to live by a LCHF (low carb, high fat) diet, I’m very aware that the small choice of saying no to the dark chocolate Milano cookies on the counter and yes to the salted pistachios makes all the difference in my energy level and belly. Small choices that lead to healthy ...

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