What if … 10 Ways to Live Well in Today’s World

Anyone else ever wonder, “What if … ?”

Like, “What if there really was a laundry fairy?”

Or, “What if I had a whole day to myself {and no guilt about it!}?”

Or maybe, “What if there was a way to have my to do list completed?”

For the next few weeks, we’re going to look at some what if’s.  And unlike the whole to do list being completed thing … these are going to be what if’s we can actually manage. In fact, these are the sort of what if’s that can have a meaningful impact in every area of our lives.

What if ... 10 ways to live well in today's world

But, I need to tell you up front: it won’t all be easy.  In fact, if you’re at all like me {read: control freak, perfectionist, Type A}, some of these will be harder than getting caught up on laundry after a week of the stomach virus.

From now through the end of June, we’ll spend Tuesdays and Thursdays exploring 10 ways to live well in today’s world. Each post will ask a what if question and then provide practical ideas for us to apply a biblical truth.

*updated to add links to all the posts in the series*

  1. What if we do something instead of everything?
  2. What if we embrace good enough?
  3. What if we take a nap?
  4. What if we choose to be content?
  5. What if we pursue our passions?
  6. What if we give ourselves grace?
  7. What if we take off the masks?
  8. What if we mess everything up?
  9. What if we laugh more?
  10. What if we invite others to our sticky table?
  11. What if we learn to live well? {conclusion}

I’m excited about this series and I do hope you’ll join me! The best way to make sure you don’t miss a single post is to subscribe below. Once you subscribe, you’ll receive all my posts right in your email inbox. You can also check the box to receive my newsletter every other month.  As a subscriber you’ll have access to special downloads and printables I create just for you! And, my newsletter subscribers get inside information about my writing projects as well as unique content designed to encourage and inspire you as you seek to live well.


Teri Lynne

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  1. I “live” but definitely wouldn’t qualify it as living well. I constantly feel as if I’m forgetting something important. Or SOMEONE! I’m fairly certain that I feel this way because of a traumatic brain injury that I experienced in November of 2006. Despite the challenges, I KNOW that God desires that I live in freedom. Freedom from fear. Freedom from guilt. Freedom from my painful human-ness. I look forward to listening to Him on this journey!

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