What does the term "repurpose" mean? To me it means how I am going to live each day of my life. How am I going to repurpose how I live today? We all have a purpose, sometimes it takes us longer to find that purpose. I once thought I knew my purpose but when I unexpectedly got pregnant with my baby girl, my "purpose" (or so I thought) changed to a "repurpose."
May will be my 10 year wedding Anniversary. We are young in age but over the almost 10 years of our marriage we have experienced more than most people have before they are 40. I am not complaining. It has made us a stronger couple and we have learned a lot from each other as well as others in our lives, however, it has also been exhausting and emotional at times. We have to learn everyday to stay focused, keep God first, and decide what our repurpose is going to be for the day. Life changes so quickly and when you have your own plans sometimes God wants us to repurpose our lives.
My husband and myself are both teachers at an amazing private school. Both of our kids attend this school. I get to see them everyday and the four of us get to travel to and from work together! I am so blessed! Because we are both teachers, we have had to become very creative with how we purchase things. From clothes, food, and furniture, being frugal is a word that is used very frequently. Over time I have LOVED taking older items that I find at antique stores, flea markets, and garage sales and giving them a "repurpose!" It has been so much fun creating old and used items to become my own style! I am overjoyed to share ideas, special moments, and smiles with you through my journey.
My repurpose for today: Tell my kids that they are important to me.
I am an everyday mom who likes everyday things. I love taking everyday items and giving them a repurpose. Our number one seller is our candles!