that fits your life!
Part of our “2018 Gift Giving Guides”
Ohhhh, the thrill of giving a good gift!!! It’s just about one of the best feelings in the world, amiright? And the next best thrill, after seeing the smile and joy on the recipient’s face, is the knowledge that you got that gift for a deal! Score! We’ve rounded up some wonderful gift options for under $100 and you can feel free to just hit forward and send this list to your hubby, making everyone’s lives easier this Christmas!
How’s that for spreading some holiday cheer?
These beautiful watercolor paintings are inspired by quiet, natural beauty. Don’t we all need a little bit more of that in our daily life? Hmmm, Yes!
Finding time for daily reflection and prayer is just.not.easy. But this beautiful journal will certainly set you on the right path in your journey.
They need no introduction. Two words: Chip & Jo. Their empire is vast and their content is simply beautiful. Why wouldn’t you want this magazine on your coffee table? Add a bonus and throw in the Joanna’s new book Homebody: A Guide To Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave.
If you like a neat & tidy home but also like to have an abundance of blankets for snuggling during a Netflix binge session, this minimalist ladder will be your go-to for keeping those piles of blankets in check!
I call this my “time-out” spray and it is literally just what I need to hit the reset button on a particularly stressful or hectic day. The smell takes me back to a warm summer day and that is always a good thing!
If you are an avid gardener, dreaming of starting a garden, or just a fan of beautiful flowers of all shapes and sizes, the book is for you! The photos will make you swoon and the guidance is practical and actionable!
"I have my cash flow plan beside me and I have been up sixty freaking percent this whole year simply by planning ahead for slow months and all the sudden the money is there. What! You are brilliant and I am so grateful for you and the way you love us and take care of our hearts and just are YOU! I sometimes feel like that 2nd grade kid who’s like, “Teacher! Look - I did my homework!”