We've come to the end of another week, and here are a few of my favorite things found along the way. (The Links to them are in the titles). What are some of your favorites from this week?
Saying "no" doesn't always feel like a productivity hack, but I'm learning the same things that James Clear shares in this article: that saying "no" gives you the freedom and space to say "yes" to better things. Sometimes we're able to be more productive by saying "no".
Diana Gruver shares some insights and practices for this Advent season. I particularly appreciated her points of Saying No and Simplifying. Are you catching a theme? I think saying no and simplifying are helpful in a holiday season filled with so much stuff. These practices are helpful in putting things into perspective and remembering what Christmas is all about: the celebration of the birth of Christ.
I've been on a graphic design kick lately and enjoying all of the different Christmas designs on retailers' bags. I've been particularly enjoying Panera's to-go bags. The craft paper with red ribbon design is adorable! It gave me some ideas for future Christmas gift wrapping.
I recently purchased these diapers for Thea, and I just loved the little deer designs for this winter. I'm a huge fan of cute designs.
I made this recipe this week for Brandon and I, and we loved it! It's a healthier homemade take on Hamburger Helper. Plus I used a veggie rotini pasta, so we had some servings of veggies in the pasta too. Win, win.
Welcome! I'm Madi, a laughter-loving, movie-going, spontaneous-dancing, follower of Christ. Join me as I seek glimpses of God's grace in the ordinary and everyday.
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