april finds of the month


Instagram’s Envy Effect from Relevant magazine was super hard-hitting and thought-provoking. Very much needed — Erin



A simple and profound reminder — Erin
One thing God has spoken, two things have I heard; that You, O God, are strong, and that you, O Lord, are loving. – Psalm 62:11-12

The book When Wallflowers Dance, by Angela Thomas, truly changed my life. It’s one of those books you put down praising God for. — Whitney

Image of When Wallflowers Dance

“When we were two, we were no longer babies-we were becoming little girls. And when we were thirteen, we were leaving childhood behind, becoming young women. But somewhere along the way, we stopped becoming. We became “un-women.” Wallflowers who are just breathing and smiling and blending in to stay out-of-the-way. That is not what God had in mind when He created us. He wants us to keep becoming. He wants us to become strong, decisive, wise, creative, passionate, courageous-all the things we’ve dreamed of becoming.”


We share and talk a lot about the blog Good Women Project. If you haven’t checked out their latest stuff, you should, and take a look at our ad that’s featured as well! — Whitney

This simple post from Hannah Brencher (Remember when we became the Honey Boo Boo Children of Time Management?) packed a punch and inspired the pants off of me (metaphorically, of course) — Erin

Podcasts & People

This quote from Oswald Chambers was exactly what I needed these past few weeks. We’ll be posting some of what I’ve learned about this in a blog mini series next week. — Erin

When the devil elevates you to a certain place, he causes you to fasten your idea of what holiness is far beyond what flesh and blood could ever bear or achieve. Your life becomes a spiritual acrobatic performance high atop a steeple. You cling to it, trying to maintain your balance and daring not to move. But when God elevates you by His grace into heavenly places, you find a vast plateau where you can move about with ease. – Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest

This podcast by John Piper slapped me in the face with the reality that I am more wicked than I care to admit: The righteous are bold as a lion. Whitney

“The wicked run away when no one is chasing them,
but the godly are as bold as lions.” – Proverbs 28:1


This video of How animals eat their food provides a good laugh over something completely stupid. And we kind of like that sort of thing. — Erin

I almost cry every time I watch this sweet video of a baby hearing for the first time. It reminds me that God uses us for His miracles, even if we don’t credit it that way. — Whitney

Beauty & Buys

We share a lot of giveaways from The Vintage Pearl. If you haven’t checked them out yet you should, they have amazing and unique pieces for everything! — Whitney

I am also IN LOVE with anything from Curly Girl Design. Absolutely the most adorable hand-stamped and -crafted designs turned into anything and everything gift/decor. — Whitney

Screen shot 2013-04-24 at 11.00.58 PM


This super simple cycle that I saw recently on The Unlost is inspiring me in an unbelievable way (It says: Wake up. Be awesome. Go to sleep.) — Erin


While editing a future guest post *insert spoiler alert here*, I found this list of 20 nicknames for your period, and laughed a little harder than I probably should have. These were a few of my favorites … — Whitney

1. Aunt Flo is in town
2. On the rag
3. At a red light
4. Riding the Cotton Pony
5. Surfing the Crimson Tide
6. Checked into the Red Roof Inn
7. Got the curse of Dracula
8. It’s leak week.
10. Red Cross Week
11. Monthly Oil Change
12. The Curse


Finds of the Month – April

One thought on “Finds of the Month – April

What do you think?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s