The point is, if we dress differently, we will act differently. We will be ready for whatever the day hands us; we will be ready to pursue our day with intentionality.
(page 15, Frumps to Pumps)
It’s so much easier to remember to get dressed, do my hair, and put a bit of makeup on when I’m actually going someplace for the day. Or when I know there’s a UPS delivery coming or a client stopping by. But when it’s just the kids and me, I can usually be found racing to to the mirror five minutes before their daddy is expected home for lunch.
Sarah Mae knows exactly what that’s like to be stuck in the (very cozy) frumps at home all day. Her eBook Frumps to Pumps is written in a fun and chatty style, chock full of motivation to get up, get dressed, and get going with your day. But even though it’s all about an one-month de-frumping, Frumps to Pumps puts a devotional emphasis on our beauty and worth as a daughter of God being even more important than the clothes we happen to be wearing.
When you let your identity be found in Him, you can live your life in freedom. You don’t have to pretend or get affirmation from how you look or what kind of clothes you have. You know that you are loved and perfect for eternity, so just live!
(page 9, Frumps to Pumps)
If you’re looking for something to put the spring back into your step around the house, the “motivational” Frumps to Pumps just might be it. And just in case you’re wondering, no high heels are required.