Life Lately {Fall 2016}

It’s been almost a year since I’ve shared a Life Lately post, but since I’m just sitting around waiting to go into labor, I figured why not?? What I’m Reading I shared my book reviews last month, and will share a few more mid-month. But sneak peak: I recently finished Present Over Perfect by Shauna […]

Becoming Almost Amish: Finances

Today we continue my Becoming Almost Amish series, where we look at 10 Amish principles to live by and I share how I have applied or plan to apply them in my own life to work towards a more simple, sustainable lifestyle. Each of these principles and strategies were inspired by Nancy Sleeth’s book Almost Amish. Amish […]

Becoming Almost Amish: Home

Today starts the beginning of my Becoming Almost Amish series, where we look at 10 Amish principles to live by and I share how I have applied or plan to apply them in my own life to work towards a more simple, sustainable lifestyle. Each of these principles and strategies were inspired by Nancy Sleeth’s […]

Twitterature {Childbirth Edition}

As I mentioned last month, I’ve been reading a lot of books in preparation for labor, delivery, and parenthood. Linking up with Modern Mrs. Darcy for this month’s Twitterature book reviews. The Vaccine Book by Dr. Robert Sears I’ve quickly learned that having a baby requires you to make lots of decisions…lots of decisions that are […]

Becoming “Almost Amish”

I’ve learned in the last few years that I do better with less. Less possessions, less commitments, less expectations of myself (which is ironically the exact opposite of what culture tells us). I think I first realized it when we downsized from a 1,400 sq ft apartment to a 1,000 sq ft house (going from […]

Twitterature {Summer 2016}

I haven’t been doing much other than reading lately, which means I have lots of reviews this month! As usual, linking up with Modern Mrs. Darcy: Anything- Jenny Allen’s account of her journey to surrendering to anything God had for her was very inspiring. It almost scared me to read it, because I was worried […]