Here are some of the places I like to spend time on the internet – all add to my life and fill me up in different ways.

A Deeper Story – A collective of beautiful writers writing stories about Christ and culture. Pretty much guaranteed to make you think. Or change. Or do something.

Good Women Project – A community of women (and a few men!) writing and encouraging one another to be Good. Its honest, challenging, and good.

Emerging Mummy – Sarah is a writer at A Deeper Story, and writes here about her life. I love the way she loves God, loves her family, and just loves.

Rachel Held Evans – Rachel is a writer whose questions and thoughts on Christianity have challenged and encouraged me lots. Her ‘Ask A…’ series is something worth checking out.

The Pangea Blog – Kurt writes a blog here that made me realise I wasn’t alone with lots of my thoughts and convictions about the Kingdom of God and following Jesus. Great thoughts and encouraging words.

Today’s Letters – A really adorable couple writing each other love letters and encouraging fist pumps and leg kicks every Friday worldwide. I can almost guarantee they’ll make you smile.

Annie Blogs – My sweet friend Annie, who blogs here about her life as a writer in Nashville, loving God and having courage – amongst other things.

Rach’s Blog – My beautiful friend Rachael shares her heart here as she follows Jesus. Worth a look!

Second Fiddle Crafts – My wonderful friend Amy blogs here. She’s a vet student, thrifting queen and crafting inspiration to me!

Saidos da Concha – A sewing sage with tons of advice and inspiration. I want to sew like this!


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