1. These are great suggestions for recharging! I am trying to be more intentional this year with exercise and spending time with the Lord. Thank you for sharing.
    Your neighbor at #liveFree

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      I wrote a book about my practice of exercise and prayer. It’s to help get intentional. You might want to check it out on Amazon. It’s called Prayer Zone Workout. It’s a short read – mainly because I feel it’s important to get practicing our prayer and exercise as quickly as possible.

  2. Rachel, I’m with you on this one! Not too far into the new year and I need a breather too. Might get one if an ice storm hits us this weekend. Visiting from #livefreethursday

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      Isn’t it interesting how “bad” weather causes us to slow down. It’s nice. When we’ve had snowstorms in the NE, we always have such a good time because we see our neighbors out shoveling snow and we get to talk to them! Usually, everyone’s so busy and in a rush, we don’t get to see each other.

  3. I’m so glad you got to have fun skiing. Rest is so important too and I agree give Him first place.

  4. Your Prayer Zone Workout book sounds intriguing. I’ll have to check that out! There are so many great and practical suggestions in this post. I’m really trying to be more intentional about both my prayer time and my exercise time this year, so reading this was perfect timing. Thank you for linking with Grace and Truth each week. I would love to feature this post on Friday. I hope you’re enjoying the warm weather during your travels!

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      Thanks Dawn for featuring this post and I hope the Prayer Zone Workout gives structure to your prayer and exercise time. Some days I get so engrossed in prayer – in the zone – and before I know it I’ve walked a couple of miles as well. It feels so good to exercise both my body and soul. I hope you discover the same.

  5. I’m reading this again, because I’m always looking for a reset in September! Such good ideas here, Rachel. thank you. Saw this on Pinterest and so glad I did!

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