A few links i'm loving...

Thursday, November 30

(this photo doesn't have much to do with this post, but I was looking at my pictures from Saint-Prex Switzerland and just loved this one:) 

This year, with having a sweet baby and working in a profession where I don't need a computer...I find that i'm rarely online (which may reflect so few blog posts this year, haha!).  So...when I do get online here and there, I really enjoy making my time count and reading things that are uplifting, encouraging and positive for my soul. Here are a few links I think are worth your time...

1) Sarah Clarkson's website and blog
The past few years i've raved about her mother, Sally Clarkson, and the impact she has had on my life. Just recently I discovered that Sarah has a blog. She lives in Oxford, England and studies theology at Oxford (what a dream!). Her writing is deep and meaningful, and she always has great book recommendations. Just a few days ago she put out a blog post on advent books and music that was So exciting to me. I found one of the advent music albums on youtube, and have been listening on repeat!! So good!

2) Inspiration Cruises and Tours Newsletter
Remember the cruise line that we sailed in Tahiti with? Yep, that's Inspiration Cruises and Tours. They put out a newsletter 4 times a year, and blend together travel with faith. Just a few days ago they put out their Fall newsletter, and there was a great article by Chuck Swindoll (remember my buddy from Tahiti? haha!) where he was talking about Finding God on the waters. It truly ministered to my soul. If you're interested in getting their newsletter, you can sign up here. 

3) Bronwyn's Corner
As a junior in college, I met one of the most amazing women- Bronwyn Lea. She's a feisty South African woman that pretty much could take on the world with her intelligence (she's got a law degree AND a masters in theology) and wit (she's hilarious, which makes her an incredible writer). She writes a blog, but also contributes to Relevant magazine and Christianity Today and a whole slew of other well known online magazines. My favorite posts are when readers send her a question and she responds. This post she did recently from a reader asking if they should watch Game of Thrones or not was REALLY good and insightful.

4) Michelle's blog
Michelle was one of the first bloggers I connected with when I started blogging forever ago. I love her because A) she's hilarious...like seriously, I email her blog posts to my mom on a regular basis and we giggle forever. And B) she has THE BEST BOOK LISTS! If you are a reader, please check out her book posts...you will get some great ideas!

What are your favorite links these days?? Send me your best reading materials!! xoxo

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