Links I Love
How to Wait Well by Emily P Freeman
This post brought tears to my eyes and a gentle strength to my soul.
Resilience is About How You Recharge, Not How You Endure by Shawn Achor & Michelle Gielan @ Harvard Business Review
Favorite Books for Summer Reading @ the Emily Ley Blog
Her book list is focused on "living well. Being intentional. Taking care of our bodies. Giving our brains regular breaks. One of our favorite ways to take care of ourselves mentally is by reading (or listening to!) books. Fiction books give us an escape from work, life, and our often times hectic schedules. Self-help style books help us sharpen our minds and learn new skills. One of the easiest, and our most favorite, way to get lost in a book is by using Audible. "
5 Quick Things by Tsh Oxenrieder @ the Art of Simple
This sign up is to receive the weekly email Tsh at Art of Simple sends out. It is a short, summarized bullet list of five things she has either recently created, is applauding, or is currently consuming.
It's not too late to receive a link to my monthly letter I send out. Sign up to read the June + July edition where I share what's new with me, what books I've been reading, & what I'm loving lately.
Women's Work @ The Art of Simple Podcast
"Enjoy hearing from entrepreneurs, artists, and creatives as they let us peek behind the curtain and learn more about what they do."
Anchoring Principles by Pastor Jeff Perry from St. Louis Family Church
A look at the first four fruit of the Spirit – core values for every believer’s life. Key Bible verses: Galatians 5:22-23; Romans 8:28
Fun exercise inspiration. Podcast description: This week, Shauna speaks with former USA Track and Field Team member and SoulCycle instructor Angela Davis. By combining spiritual inspiration into her fitness philosophy, she’s become a popular trainer, with her classes drawing names like Jay Z, Chris Paul, Kevin Hart, Usher and tons of others.
The two discussed faith, the importance of movement and how physical fitness can impact you spiritually.