I know that one of the reasons why I started the bullet journal was that everything was in one place… all my doodles, ideas, habits, plans, appointments, personal devotions, prayers, everything. And I still stand by that. You should try to use your personal bullet journal (bujo) for as many functions as possible. However, when I thought about adding gardening-related things to my personal bujo, I found it difficult because gardening is something that happens all-year round, there is information that I will be referencing frequently, and the subject of gardening is so much more than just a collection (i.e. books to read, shows to watch, places to go). I wanted my gardening-related pages to be more than just the plants I wanted to buy, the layout I wanted the garden to have, and which local nurseries/greenhouses I’ve visited. So I did what I thought I’d never do… I started a second bujo.
Some of us have jobs that have us standing all day. Even if that’s not the case, we’re usually wearing socks or shoes that harbor bacteria. I have to admit that I often neglect my feet when it comes to taking care of my body. But now that I have this recipe, I guess I have no more excuses! I try to do a soak about once every two weeks. Continue reading
We all have a case of bad breath from time to time. That one extra garlic bread. The onion loaded burger. Or too much strong coffee in the morning. Our mouths can’t always smell minty fresh. But with this handy breath freshener, you can keep it in your purse or at work discretely. Continue reading
This week, I want to share some of my latest and favorite recipes for taking care of your skin and using essential oils. To start things off, here’s a soothing facial mask for you to try! If you haven’t tried making your own facial masks or have never tried one, you’ve gotta give this DIY recipe a shot!
At the end of each year, I set an overarching theme for the coming year. For 2016, that theme was perseverance. I felt directionless in a lot of ways. But even in my wandering, I didn’t want to lose my focus or my perspective on life. And in order to not lose faith or hope, I had to persevere through it. Now that it’s almost the end of 2016, I do believe God stretched me in many ways to persevere. Here are some of the memories from this year, and what I’ve learned.