Teach your child not to interrupt. Brilliant idea for the grandkids.
Secrets of people who don't have clutter in their home. Wow! Some really great ideas.
A Cup of Jo shares her life in perfume. My own life in perfume has been Love's Baby Soft and Sweet Honesty in the 70's. In the 80's, as I was heading into the military I was given Calvin Klein's Obsession which I wore in basic training and what I wore for almost a decade. I'd occasionally snag a spritz of Yves Saint Laurent's Opium from my roommate in weather forecasting school as it smelled so fantastic and sexy on her - not so much on me. I think I picked up Jovan Musk and tried it for awhile too. I had a long season of exclusively Elizabeth Taylor's White Diamonds or Elizabeth Arden's Red Door in the 90's, Chloe's Narcisse, Bath and Body Works Japanese Cherry Blossom and Moonlight Path during later and post-military years in the early 21st century with many favorable compliments. Currently, after a period of no perfume due to an unusual aversion to the smell of all perfumes, I can wear Bath and Body Works Moonlight Path again and I occasionally wear, Chanel No. 5, for dates and special occasions. Definitely considering finding another fragrance or returning to an old love.
From Relevant magazine, 5 Things Jesus Never Promised. Very relevant, and hard-hitting.
How to overcome worry and be a friendlier person. This came on the heals of something God revealed to me in my morning study of Lent and affirms I need to act on God's prompting. If you're in my small group you'll find out soon what God prompted of me.
A Modern Girls Travels has some Creative ways to document your travels. The watercolor print is my favorite - hands down.
And an amazing Christian song, my family's favorite right now. We turn the radio way up when it comes on in the truck and we sing loud along with it.