My Favorite Things
My Favorite Things

My Favorite Things // April 2018

The following are a collection of home inspiration, recipes, and blog posts I have found this week that I hope will encourage and edify you on your journey toward connection.

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Avenues Mini Quilt from Weekend Quilting
















Love to make, bake, or create? Head on over to A Spoonful of Sugar’s website for an amazing collection of crafts, recipes, and sewing projects, like this tree and house mini quilt, which would make a fabulous New Home gift for a friend or neighbor.


Do chore wars leave you feeling like a disconnected, fragmented family? You may want to incorporate these ingenious ideas by Heather at Moments For Moral.


spring cleaning living room

It’s that time of year again—-SPRING CLEANING! Be sure to check out these fabulous resources to help get your spring cleaning projects started off on the right foot:


Spring Clean Your Heart by Jennifer Lambert


The Day I Decided To Keep The Doors Open by Down Aspen Lane


I love the way Fly Lay has helped our family create a more organized home—literally taking it from Chaos to Clean!

Love the Home you Have is such a fun read, filled with inspiration that will make you grateful for the home you have. For a chance to win this book, enter our **Giveaway** by subscribing to this blog sometime during the month of April 2018! (see giveaway details below)

Ahh, Mary and Martha…This book has been on my to-read list for a while now. I’ve heard wonderful things about it and know that the insights it contains will bless my home and family. Have you read it yet?



Half Baked Harvest’s new cookbook and this delicious recipe: 6 Ingredient Chocolate Chia Mousse



Our brokenness is a gift that invites authentic connection into our lives. Lisa Murray expresses embracing our brokenness beautifully in this post filled with inspiration and encouragement. A must read post!


Do you have a Favorite Thing from this past week to share?

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Top 5 Blog Posts For March 2018

First: My Favorite Things // April 2018 // This post is jam-packed with goodness! From a SUPER popular mini-quilt, decadent (and healthier!) desserts, a plethora of spring cleaning resources, a spring **GIVEAWAY**, and a FREE Resource Library, this was BOUND to be a popular post!

Second: 31 Days To An Authentic Life // A long-time favorite, this post seems to always find its way into the top 5. Check it out when you get a minute. You’ll be glad you did!

Third: Extending Hospitality: Everyone Has A Story To Share // Hospitality. We often cringe at the sound of that word. But everyone likes stories, and everyone has a story to tell. Mix hospitality WITH stories and whole new world opens up. A MUCH more comfortable and inviting world. Why not add YOUR story to the stories that are already being shared?!

Fourth: Making A Difference—One Person, One Dog, At A Time // Animals. They are irresistable. But this one inparticular stole our hearts and, it seems, the hearts of many of my readers, making this my 4th top post of the month!

Fifth: Seeking To Do Good: Turning Our Deepest Sorrows Into Blessings // I’m THRILLED that this post made it into the Top 5 because it contains an idea and a message that I’m PASSIONATE about sharing with the world.


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