moving forward after hearing “no”Post author:Post published:September 11, 2012Post category:Think About ItPost comments:4 Comments Today I’m over on The Everygirl sharing three things to keep in mind after hearing an “important no,” as I like to call it.Sometimes things happen for a (good) reason.You can read the article here. photo by via You Might Also Like THINK ABOUT IT: the no complaint string April 14, 2010 worry flashcards: the best thing I’ve ever done. October 8, 2010 march free wallpaper March 1, 2012 This Post Has 4 Comments Aimée 11 Sep 2012 Log in to Reply I absolutely LOVE this acrticle, Jess! I’m going to make it a point to apply this in my life. Too often to I find myself giving up when being told “no”. This is SO much better. Thanks. Jess 12 Sep 2012 Log in to Reply Aimée, thanks so much for sharing! I’m happy to hear that it’s something you are applying to your life as well! kelsey 12 Sep 2012 Log in to Reply wow. this really couldn’t come at a better time for me. i haven’t read the piece yet (i’m on my way there!), but i’ve heard a couple important NOs in the past week. i have a peace in my heart and joy in my life because who can say what is good and what is bad? we never know the bigger story…i believe God is in control and has good plans for all of us.Pingback: hearing more “yes” in my life | Jess LivelyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.