A simple quiz–am I enough?

Some days I am plagued with feelings of unworthiness.  Am I good mom? Am I thin enough, smart enough, kind enough? I carry heavy burden of guilt. I’ll have a productive day and feel great, then the next day fail miserably.

Am I the best I can be?

Do I do enough?

Am I worthy of love?

Do I deserve down time, alone time, time for me?

To answer this question once and for all, I’ve created a  quiz called The Worthiness Inventory’. Ten simple questions will expose the truth. Am I enough?

Grab a piece of paper and pen.

Answer each question with a score of 1, 2 or 3.
1–I need to improve in this area.
2–I am average in this area.
3–I excel in this area.

  1. I serve and love my family with kindness and devotion.
  2. I try to eat healthy and exercise regularly.
  3. I am a learner—constantly reading or listening to podcasts.
  4. I am a good friend. I listen to and care for my friends.
  5. I keep things organized, tidy and generally arrive on time.
  6. I am careful with money—I know where my dollars go and I’m comfortable with what I spend.
  7. I am a spiritual person—I connect with God regularly and spend time in prayer.
  8. I appreciate technology but I’m careful not to let my cell phone or computer distract me from what’s most important.
  9. I have a regular sleep routine and feel rested when I wake in the morning.
  10. I have a heart for those in need and I give to those less fortunate than myself.

Now add up your answers.

Click here to find out your score!


  1. LOVED this!!! I just commented on another post a few minutes ago about an autoimmune disease that showed its ugly face after my son was born and one of the hardest things i have dealt with since being diagnosed is the fact that i can’t do ALL that i once did. i have always been the overachiever who took care of it all, did it all, and then helped everyone else who finish their work. growing up i have never been confident but i realized as a young adult that my strength was a very good and rare quality so i thrived on becoming a big time go getter. this disease has made me everything i am not, weak, undependable because of never knowing how my pain might be, unable to volunteer for things and help in church and the community, and worst of all not always being able to do everything that needs to be done for our family without being completely wiped out and unable to do anything else. that made me feel totally worthless and miserable and lazy. i was so hard on myself! my devotions is where i learned that God loves me just the way i am weather i can do all those things or not. i also learned that he likes it even better when we are humbled and need him because we learn and others learn that our weakness gives him the opportunity for him to show his strength and get all the glory for it 🙂 thanks so much for this post!

  2. Hello Lisa I ordered a ring for my daughter and have not received an email with the information about when I will be getting it . The order number is 900279399 . My email address is [email protected]

  3. Hello, My daughter recently lost her pet. I was looking to have her pets name placed on a charm Candace I noticed that there is a letter limit for names, scribings. I am looking for 10 letters, Tinkerbelle. Is this possible?

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