It’s that time again – the end of another month. Before we get all excited about spring, here are some things from August that I want to share with you.
1. From the reading list
One of the books I’ve been reading during August is Ed Cyzewski’s little e-book, Creating Space: the case for everyday creativity. Here are a couple of quotes that made it into my bullet journal:
You need to invest in your own creativity because it’s the way God designed you to fully live.
Tapping into your creativity isn’t about the finished product. It’s about the process – becoming who you were made to be.
2. A new book from one of my favourite authors, Emily P. Freeman
I’ve been a fan of Emily’s blog and books for a few years now, and in August her latest book, Simply Tuesday: small moment living in a fast-paced world was released. I’m still reading the book, and will probably read it again to really absorb more of the goodness from Emily’s writing. There may be more to come on this is a future post. In the meantime check out Emily’s free video series to see what she’s talking about. And here is Emily’s podcast interview with Jeff Goins.
3. Yummy food
This month I made pizza from scratch – dough, sauce and toppings – tomato, basil and bocconcini is simple and delicious. And then there’s Bracegirdles’ salted caramel dark hot chocolate – mmmmmmmm.
4. An old-new way to slow down, de-stress and get creative
Did you know that adult colouring books are very popular at the moment? I hadn’t really noticed until I saw a display of them in an airport bookshop recently. I bought one and have been enjoying a little colouring each evening. Fun and relaxing, it’s a creative way to unwind.