Hey friends! I have SO many good things to share with you this month – some will make your life easier, some will encourage you, and some are just plain adorable! I hope you like my newest favorites 🙂
If there are any meal planners out there, this app is for you! I am a big meal planner, but surfing pinterest and compiling my shopping list took so. much. time. out of my already busy week. I saw an ad for a free 14-day trial of Emeals on Instagram, so I decided to try it out. Game changer! This amazing app gives you access to a ton of meals with different meal plans such as budget friendly, health conscious, or kid approved. You simply pick the meals you want – no limit – add them to your list, and choose how you want to order your groceries. This saves so much time and it now takes me only about 20 minutes a week or so to put together my meal list and order groceries through Walmart pickup. It’s really affordable at $10/month for 3 months, or 5$/month for the year. If you’re on the fence, they still have a free 14-day trial going on.
This song was played at church probably a month ago, and it’s been stuck in my head ever since! It’s by Cody Carnes, worship leader and husband of Kari Jobe. To give you a little tidbit, here is my favorite lyric:
Oh, I’m not here for blessings
Jesus, You don’t owe me anything
More than anything that You can do
I just want You
So good – give it a listen!
Y’all. This shirt is basically me in a piece of clothing. It’s soft, it’s adorable, it’s mauve, and it has bows. Win-win-win. The image has the ties hanging loose on the elbows, but I prefer it in the cute bows that mine came with because it looks more feminine. I have worn this shirt almost once a week since I got it over Christmas break – I love it that much!
My sweet husband bought me this journal for our anniversary! It’s a faith journal for each week of the year. I love the format of the book – it starts off with a bible verse, then has two questions with accompanying references. When I first got this journal I thought it would be pretty simplistic and surfacey, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised at the depth of the questions and how they have made me think about different aspects of my faith. It’s only $11 on Amazon, and would make a great gift!
Last but not least, our family friend Calli Luikart just opened up an online store for her fantastic art prints! Calli was in a life-changing car accident right before graduating college that left her paralyzed from the chest down, but that didn’t stop her from pursuing her love of art. With a special hand brace she was able to create some beautiful pointillism pieces. Be sure to check out her work – my favorite is this Oregon print.
I hope you all enjoyed my favorites this February! Next month I’ll have a special themed Friday Favorites, so be sure to check back for that!