March 1, 2016

February Favorites

Essie nail polish in Sunday Funday - I got this polish as a Christmas gift and so I was really excited to finally try it. It's a gorgeous tangerine crush coral with a little shimmer in it. This shade definitely makes me ready for those Summer days.

Iced Hazelnut latte with Almond milk - I have been getting in between my afternoon classes. I seriously love the flavor the Almond milk gives it. Also, I rather drink coffee any day over hot coffee.
Chocolate banana dippers - I discovered these earlier this month and they are the perfect snacks for the dorm! Four banana dippers come in one pack so they are just the right amount. I tried the Strawberry dippers but the banana ones are by far my favorite.

The bible >> Gospel of John - Just go read it, you'll thank me later. A future post is in the works on my recent reflections of this gospel.

Plaid blanket scarf - a.k.a Blarf - This scarf goes with EVERYTHING!

Madyson Grace
Sarah V

Mellow Morning playlist

Mart Hart Lifeteen - Podcast for the upcoming by the one and only Mark Hart! Um yes please.


Fuller house!!! Come on, you HAD to see this coming! Max is my favorite!!


BIS wallpaper - I love these simple faith-filled wallpapers for my phone! Blessed Is She never disappoints!  

Fan Into Flame retreat - a reflection post to come over Spring break!!
Fashion Show - earlier this month I participated in a campus wide fashion show. I was blessed enough to be on the q&a panel, and was able to share some of my fashion thoughts and even showcased some outfits!

||Prayer || The Dynamic Catholic Prayer

Loving Father,
I invite you into my life today,
and make myself available to you.
Help me to become the-best-version-of-myself,
by seeking your will
and being a living example of your love in the world.
Open my heart to the areas of my life that need to change,
so I can carry out the mission you have imagined for my life
and experience the joy you desire for me.
Inspire me to live the Catholic faith in ways
that are dynamic and engaging.
Show me how to best get involved in the life of my parish.
Give our community a hunger for best practices
and continuous learning.
Give me courage when I am afraid,
hope when I am discouraged,
and clarity in times of decision.
Lead your Church to become all you imagined it would be
for the people of our times.