|These are gifts I won from author, Debora Coty, who has a series of books with the same title as above; Too Blessed To Be Stressed. 🙂 I have been following her blog/newsletter/BFF Club for a few years. I have also written a few reviews for some of her books and I am happy to brag on her a bit for this blog post. 🙂|
I can’t remember how I came to love Debora Coty’s books. It may have been while I was “liking” and “following” another author or friend who posted something about her. At any rate, the very first words of her series with the same, “Too Blessed to Be Stressed“, caught my attention. Those words she wrote, how they captivated me and caused me to respond (to myself), “really? how can I live life too blessed to be stressed?”
So from there, I was hooked. I have read a few of her books and gave at least one to a friend who told me later, “she makes me laugh,” so I know her words make a difference in our lives (My friend had read, Too blessed To be Stressed for Moms & More Beauty Less Beast). Debora’s perspective urges me to take notice of those things in my life that are good, beautiful, a blessing to me, and positive. If I can keep my eyes on “Papa God” (Debora uses these words to describe God), I will be okay no mater what life seems to hand out.
Her words, “Too Blessed to be Stressed” is NOT a slogan for a tee shirt but, it is a way to live life so my emotions and attitudes do not become sinful. If you are looking for some encouraging words, I suggest you give Debora Coty a look. Between her cookbook, coloring book, and devotionals and calendar planners, something is bound to strike your fancy! I leave her social media information below for your convenience.
On another note, my blog posts may be a little sporadic in July due to me having knee surgery on the 6th. I am able to write a few articles in advance of that procedure so, maybe my friends and family won’t forget about me while I take a “break” to recover with my new knee. I will be praying for you and your family. I hope you can take time this summer to do those things you can’t get to in other seasons of the year. Or, take time to read a book. Do something fun! Have a refreshing summer! Keep your perspective up! 🙂
You can find Debora on FB with her name: Debora Coty