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With a busy day ahead full of Zumba, bridesmaid dress shopping, and a lingerie shower, I won't be doing much reading today! Even so, I have this awesome stack of books waiting for my return. I plan to take several on vacation with me next week! . I'm stil
This is a weird post to write, but here goes. • Given our current circumstances and an unknown future, Josh and I have to batten down the hatches financially - even more than we already have. We already got ourselves out of debt a few years ago & abide
My January reading list is LIFE. Not pictured: Three more I’m trying to jam in + Romans & Genesis in my Bible reading. I’m loving these titles!! Here’s a quick summary: . John Adams - because he is my first love. Not really but kind of. I’ve read like 5 b
Announcing today's new post a little late! But better than never aka fashionably late 😎 Today I'm sharing my TOP TEN books for increasing productivity. I've read some of these multiple times! • You can view the whole list on my blog at the #lin
NEED A NEW BOOK IDEA? • On the right: my current book list. On the left: my postpartum reading list! Most of you know I am constantly reading more than one book at a time (usually 4-5 per two weeks). This week I just finished Adeline Mowbray by Amelia Opi
GOD IS BIGGER THAN YOUR DOCTRINE • The narrowness of my beliefs was safe, comfortable, and secure. I trusted the people I’d read and heard. Their commentary was enough to authorize what I believed, and to question those ideas felt like spiritual treason.
I hope you enjoyed today's video about personality + productivity! Tomorrow's launch of the new series will be awesome ❤️ but now to the important stuff: our giveaway winners!! • I am sooo professional in how I choose winners - I close my eyes, scrol
when the Bible is boring.... when you feel incapable of a good marriage... when you feel like the only single in the world... when your work is overwhelming... in every circumstance & situation & emotion there is ONE answer: Run to Christ.
WHAT I'M READING • Every two weeks I compile a new book list! This one isn't complete yet (still waiting on the library for a few) but I'm pretty happy with these reads for my last few weeks of pregnancy: - We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi A
Thank you for all your prayers as we recover from this sickness. It's a rite of passage - family stomach flu :/ but I would rather do labor again than experience this one more time • The good news is we've had plenty of time to cuddle babies
We have this idea that God is going to do some exceptional thing, that He is preparing and fitting us for some extraordinary thing by and by, but as we go on in grace we find that God is glorifying Himself here and now, in the present minute. | Oswald C
How can you support a friend struggling with infertility? How do you deal with the guilt of announcing your own pregnancy, when your friend has endured the pain of negative tests or miscarriages? That's what Lisa and I talked about in this week's episode
This week's reading list! A few of these are re-reads, a few I'm still slowly working through - but it's been a nice book week so far! • For fiction, I read The Rumor by Elin Hilderbrand. Hilderbrand is the queen of Nantucket novels, and since we live i