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Just a few of my current favorite things this month.
Blog: The Motivated Millennial. Hannah’s blog is incredibly helpful and inspirational. She provides a ton of great resources for entrepreneurs, millennials, students, and military families. I’m super glad I found her blog in the beginning stages of my blogging experience.
Recipe: This Corn Dip. I loooooove this corn dip recipe. I’ve made it a few times for parties (including today!) and it’s always a big hit. I like it best with Tostitos Hint of Lime chips, but regular corn chips are just fine too. The important thing is the Corn Dip.
TV Show: My husband and I have been watching the HBO miniseries, John Adams this week. We don’t always agree on what TV shows to watch, but for some reason, we’ve found common ground in Revolutionary War dramas. The last show we both really enjoyed watching together was Turn.
Instagram Feed: A Clothes Horse. Rebecca’s feed gives me serious Anne of Green Gables vibes. Her style + photography combo is brilliant.
Subscription Box: I should be getting my first box from Globe In in just a few days and I am so excited! They help artisans all over the world by giving their business global reach. You can buy individual products from them or sign up for a subscription box. The one I’m getting (Essential) is only $10 a month and you can either pick your product or ask to be surprised!
Podcast: Relatable with Allie Stuckey. If you don’t like people who speak their mind unapologetically, don’t listen to Allie’s podcast. But if you’re like me and that’s what you look for in a podcast, by all means, go right ahead. She talks mostly about politics, Christianity, and current events, which are all topics I can never get enough of.
Bible Study: I am a huge fan of She Reads Truth. They post daily devotionals and bible readings. They also sell study books to go along with the studies, but you do not have to buy them to participate. The study books are beautiful, so I buy them when I can, but if I can’t I still follow along online. I’ve been doing their 1 & 2 Corinthians study this summer and I’ve really learned a lot.
Sidenote: The photo at the top of this post is of a hoop wreath I made last week and the star of one of my post popular instagram photos:
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