I’ve started this post a number of times, but I haven’t been able to finish. Maybe this time. It’s been rough. I am sad. And angry. – – – Apparently people write things on the internet when they see bad
One day late but still just as awesome. Five Awesome Links 1. Kelley Nikondeha with The Rebel for Justice. MUST READ. 2. Elizabeth of Ellie’s Aviary guest posting for Accidental Devotional with Learning to Swear: A Spiritual Discipline. 3.
It’s been a while since we talked about makeup, so I wanted to share a few items I’ve been using lately. Drugstore Makeup Finds Revlon ColorStay Makeup with SoftFlex for Combination/Oily Skin target.com Maybelline Instant Age Rewind
Five Awesome Links Too Much Peacemaking? Esther Emery for SheLoves Magazine. Must Read of the Week. Six Stretches for People who Sit at Desks from A Cup of Jo. (Would you judge me if you saw me doing these
Well, well, well. October is over. A lot of very not-fun things happened in October, but it was still a pretty great month. What I’m Reading Not much. I’m still stuck in the second Outlander book and I’m not moving
Five Awesome Links Abby Norman with When You are Scared and Doing It Anyway. Eleven Reasons People who Followed All the Rules as Teenagers Have the Most Fun as Adults, from Bustle.com. Tanya Marlow for SheLoves with What’s Her Name?
Five Awesome Links Before the Law. A boy was accused of taking a backpack. The courts took the next three years of his life. Jennifer Gonnerman for the New York Times. Must Read. 5 Reasons We Need to Stop Thinking
Five Awesome Links Patience (Church in the Woods Day 15) by Esther Emery. Women must ask for pay raises if we are to close the pay gap, by Catherine Rampell for the Washington Post. This is in response to comments
Five Awesome Links Are you Really Going to Wait until it Hurts?, by Jennifer Gresham. [Side note: I seriously think this way about going to the doctor ALL THE TIME. I need to read this every day until I get
Five Awesome Links Now is an Uncomfortable Place To Be. By Carvell Wallace for The Manifest-Station. Purity Programs Don’t Work: D.A.R.E., True Love Waits, and the Way Forward After Abstinence Programs. By Luke T. Harrington for Christ and Pop Culture.