Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Christmas Around the House & Inspo for 2016!

I hope everyone had a beautiful Christmas! As we prepare to ring in the New Year, I hope we can reflect on all the good things that showered over us and that we overcame the bad moments we've experienced this year. Kirk and I were sitting back planning for Q1 for 2016 and we confessed that we walk stronger in our destiny in 2016 and boldly work on the dreams God placed on our hearts. My desire and prayer for all of us is that we don't get discouraged when the dream seems like it's on delay. That we remain consistent and encouraged when things seem like it's not taking off. I believe in a divine delay and that perfect timing. Hindsight is 20/20!

  Think about this:

-Albert Einstein didn't speak until he was 4 years-old and teachers said he wouldn't amount to anything.
-Oprah was fired from her news anchor job because she was told she wasn't fit for television.
-Steve Jobs was fired from the company he started at 30 years old.

The list continues. Let's stay encouraged and keep encouraging others! Wishing you a great 2016 that you grow greater in your destiny and God's plan for your life!

Oh and here's a look around the crib!









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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Thoughts & Tablescapes

I love decorating dining tables! I love bringing people together and what better way than eating around the table. I designed and hosted Thanksgiving (below) and I'm just in need of a Christmas theme. Im going to stop by Big Lots over the weekend to pick up some inexpensive pieces. I stopped by Pottery Barn for some inspo. What holiday themes are you working on and what's your go to spot to gather your pieces?

My thoughts:

I really hope you're enjoying the holidays and spreading love and joy the best you can. When i'm confronted with feelings of despair and sadness I push myself to think of all the things i'm grateful for. I usually go on missions or get involved in some sort of community service and that usually shifts my perspective. But, we can implement selfless acts in our everyday lives like talking to and showing love to the cleaning lady, giving an extra tip and writing a sweet note on a receipt, paying for the person behind you at the register, holding the doors or buying food for the homeless. God sees our act of kindness and increases our capacity to love. In the end, you'll recognize that you're not focusing on your issue as much. I'm training myself to practice gratefulness as a lifestyle to the point where im subconsciously saying thank you to things like filling my tank up or walking into a warm heated home.

Thank you to all my reader friends who've been reading this little blog of mine. It means so much. Shout out to my blogger buddy, Faith who opens her heart on her blog and has made such a positive impact on me. I pray God shines His light on you all in a fresh new way! 

Love you!






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