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! ūüôā

 

Can’t wait to see you soon…

 

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The Meaning Behind My Blog Name

After five¬†years of blogging and nearly two years of running¬†A Fresh Brewed Faith, I wanted to devote a post to the reasons behind this blog’s name,¬†and why I’ve chosen to make blogging such a passionate hobby of mine.

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Chaos and Light

I admit, this holiday season has felt pretty chaotic, and it’s been difficult for me to find time to simply sit and dwell on God’s Word. Time¬†seems to¬†fly right out the door with this arctic tundra wind.

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Homeschooling: Our Beginning

Although my go-to posting fodder tends to be food (okay, food involving chocolate, let’s be honest),¬†I’ve missed writing about teaching, something that is so very dear to my heart. And right now, I’m teaching at home.

I’d love to share a little bit about why we’re currently homeschooling and why we love it!

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Flowers and Coffee and Things

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I used to publish “Wordless Wednesday” blog posts several years back, posts with only photos, no writing.

The early August flowers have been so beautiful, I can’t help but to try to capture them every chance I get!

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