Real Rest


By: Susan Browning

There is this narrative in our conversations, I know you’ve heard it, in fact you probably know it all too well: we simply can’t find time to be still. We look forward to the holidays we work so hard to take, we’re too busy to have time to ourselves, we’re onto the next thing before this thing has begun, we’re living in our future ideal. Continue reading “Real Rest”

God Has a Dream for the World and There’s a Place for You in It

God's dream

By: Sheridan Voysey

If you and I were to talk awhile and I were to pry into your soul, it wouldn’t take long for me to discover you have dreams. You have goals and aspirations you want to fulfill. And if I were to pry a little further, we might trace each dream back to its inspiration—to the book, film, hero or experience that first gave you a glimpse of what to aim for. Continue reading “God Has a Dream for the World and There’s a Place for You in It”

Gingerbread Cookies with White Chocolate Icing

gingerbread cookies

By: Susan Joy | The JOYful Table

Serves: 30 | Prep Time: 00:30 | Cooking Time: 00:15

Gingerbread cookies are a traditional Christmas treat. This healthy paleo version of gingerbread has a slightly soft and chewy centre and is topped with homemade white chocolate icing. The icing dresses the cookies up for Christmas but best of all it makes them taste so good! Continue reading “Gingerbread Cookies with White Chocolate Icing”

How to Scroll Through Instagram Without Hating Yourself


By: Jennie Scott

Goodness, I wanted to be like her.

I somehow started following her through Instagram, that wonderful and terrible social media app that lets us peer into the lives of people we don’t even know. She is a lifestyle and fitness guru, one of those people who is gorgeous and seems to turn everything she touches to gold. Continue reading “How to Scroll Through Instagram Without Hating Yourself”