Slowing Down

Slowing Down

Hey, readers!

I’m taking a minute today to let you know that I’ll be intentionally slowing down for a month or so here at A Fresh Brewed Faith.

With the school year starting back up, a newborn in the house, and multiple new projects on my plate, I’ll be taking a much-needed break from the wonderful, but busy blogging world.

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If you’re following The Greatest Commandment Weekly Brew series, stay tuned! I will be continuing the Weekly Brew, as well as my #desiretoinspire posts in Instagram! (And I’m always active on Pinterest, so if you haven’t checked out my boards there, please do!)

I’m excited to take some time to rest and refocus – and then come back to the blogging world with a heart full of inspiration! ­čÖé

 

Can’t wait to see you soon…

 

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Thrifted School Supply Hack!

Thrifted School Supply Hack!

This time of year my Pinterest feed seems chalk full – pun intended – with beautiful school supply storage ideas. And what self-respecting teacher nerd can resist a lovely array of freshly sharpened colored pencils in a cute container?

This week I came up with a clever and pretty solution for organizing your homeschool supplies.

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´╗┐From the Mouths of {my} Babes – Dessert and Exhaustion┬á

´╗┐From the Mouths of {my} Babes – Dessert and Exhaustion┬á

Well, it’s week #2 for the official documentation of the things my daughter says… and I’ll be honest – every single one revolves around either sleep or sweets!

(Or maybe those are just the ones I’m selectively hearing ­čśé)

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June Garden Tour

June Garden Tour

June – the month of full bloom.

The month of sunshine, harvest (here in the Midwest), poolside splashes, and iced tea.

I absolutely love this quote from Abrahm L. Urban…

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Nature Painting: An Outdoor Water Activity

Nature Painting: An Outdoor Water Activity

Need a fun, beat-the-heat activity for those “Mom, I’m bored!” moments? This nature water painting activity will keep the kids busy and cool in the heat of the great outdoors.

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