Weekly Reads & Finds

by Andrea Cooley

the_giving_tree_nursery_artHow sweet is this baby boy nursery art from The Handmade Home? It helps that I have baby boys on the brain this week! Laura is due NEXT WEEK and I’m close behind.

If you’re a “yes” person or a people pleaser like I tend to be, this is a great look at why sometimes saying no is just as important as saying yes.

An interesting read about the differences between creators and consumers. Which are you?

The She Reads Truth app is here! Right now it’s only available for iPhone (and it’s FREE!), but an android version is in the works. If you download it, I highly recommend getting the current Justice study as well. I’m only a few days in, but so far it’s GOOD!

I love everything Jen Hatmaker has to say about empowering women to earn a fair wage and raise strong families, in this post, Women Hold Up Half the Sky. The best part is, you can get involved and make a difference with Noonday, either by hosting a trunk show or buying jewelery!

I’m probably late to the game with this, but I recently discovered the band NEEDTOBREATHE and am a little obsessed with their song Multiplied. If you haven’t listened to it, take 5 minutes to listen to it now. I dare you to listen to it only once!


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  1. aboundingabundance July 28, 2014 at 8:10 am

    Love “She Reads Truth!”

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