Clean(er) Living // DIY Household Products

A few weeks ago, I started writing about the ways in which our family has shifted our approach to food, purchases, and various products in our home. We are in the process of looking for ways to consume less, use fewer chemicals, and eat cleaner foods, and today I'm going to share a few recipes.

Extraordinary Women of Christian History by Ruth A. Tucker: A Review

Hi friends! I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend! Our church service was downright tear-inducing and I wish I could transport everyone I know back to yesterday morning at 11:15 a.m. It was SO good.

Today's book review feels incredibly relevant as I continue to examine what it means to be a woman of faith, especially in a culture that so often tells us faith can just be a simple addition to our lives, rather than a priority. Every day I'm challenged to go deeper and seek more, and reading this book was a helpful reminder that I don't have to have it all together to love and serve my God.

Clean(er) Living

For a little less than two years now, I have been feeling a strong pull towards less.

Less stuff.

Less junk.

Less mess.

In my heart, in my mind, in my house, and in my body.

The Year Without a Purchase by Scott Dannemiller: A Review

Happy Thursday, folks! This hot spring weather is giving me all the feels today, and with my spring uniform in full effect (boyfriend jeans, t-shirt, venti chai latte) I've got everything I need to sit and share a new book review with y'all.

I've been working on a post about our family's quest to live with less (which I've written some about here) and The Year Without a Purchase is a great introduction to why we feel the way we do. It's a quick, easy read and I was super excited to check it out.