Hey everyone! I know it sounds cheesy and we all pretty much feel this way every month, but I’m still going to say it, “November? Already? WHAT happened to September? and October. Honestly, I enjoy being busy but that seems to make time fly faster than ever, and I don’t enjoy that!
At any rate, it’s already November and that means less than 2 months until Christmas. While I don’t necessarily love the entire commercialization of Christmas; I genuinely enjoy spending time with our extended families, and I love to bless people with gifts. Be they homemade, boughten, or otherwise. Being able to bless others is such a gift to myself!
As a blogger, I will admit I probably think Christmas sooner than most, and have quite a few Christmassy posts coming up in the next few weeks. Personally I’m pretty excited about sharing these fun ideas with you!
Now how about that linkup? Or Rather, how about those features? I have a couple good ones for you and I hope you are blessed by them as I was.
Have you ever tried and tried to lose weight? Maybe you were doing all the “right” things but it just wasn’t working. Writer Sarah at Happy Healthy Taste Buds definitely experienced this. Turns out, she was making one little mistake and it affected her entire weight loss efforts.
Now, I love a good life lesson and the way she then looked at her physical weight loss mistake and compared it to her spiritual life is pretty inspiring. If you feel like your spiritual life is failing in spite of doing all the “right” things, you may just want to give this post a read!
Raising little souls is such a solemn work. There are so many things we want our children to learn, it’s our desire (or should be) as followers of Christ to raise our children in a way that honors God. But sometimes we aren’t exactly sure how to go about it.
For instance, how do you teach a child compassion? At Purposeful and Meaningful, Ifeoma is right on point when she shares how she is teaching her daughter to show compassion. If you are a mom to littles, you will enjoy this post.