Home in 31 Days

Welcome to 31 Days of Home. On Purpose.

Scroll Down to read day 1::

Click to read the other days, I’ll be adding a link to each day once it goes live.

Day 2: What’s the Purpose?

Day 3: What No One Ever Says

Day 4: It’s Not About The Stuff

 Day 5: The Beauty That Is

Day 6: One Word You Don’t Want

Day 7: Collections

Day 8: Nobody’s Dream Job

Day 9: Question Everything

Day 10: Awake

Day 11: Progression of Thought

Day 12: Taking Back the House

Day 13: Well-Planned Hoarding

Day 14: Picnic Tables: They’re Not Just for Rich People Anymore

Day 15: I Thought You Were Rich If…

Day 16: Home, Purposefully

Day 17: Home, Purposefully, Part 2

Day 18: Good Stuff, Not Just Because It’s Pink

Day 19: Too Much and Not Enough

Day 20: White Space

Day 21: I Like to Move It

Day 22: I”m Having a Big Sale, Won’t You Come

Day 23: What’s On Your List?

Day 24: Less

Day 25: It’s Not What You Think

Day 26: The Myth of the Next House

Day 27 & 28:  No Ruby Slippers Required

Day 29 Thoughts on Home & The Creatives Who’ve Helped Me

Day 30 What I Have

Day 31 Days…How Was It?

 

This summer I thought about our home, what I write here, and what the purpose of a home truly is.  I thought about my habits and my pull to creativity.  I thought about how that all fits together. And I want to write about it and hear your thoughts.

Let’s talk about the purpose of our homes & being purposeful in our homes.

We’ll talk about home making and decorating and Stuff and nurturing families and money and creativity.

I’m calling this 31 Day Series::

I hope you’ll join me on this journey.  I hope you’ll check out the other 31 Dayers too!

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Comments

  1. I found your blog from Ann Voskamp’s blog. Am so excited to read and be inspired as I strive to transform our house to a home. Thank you! Subscribed and so looking forward to your ideas and challenges!
    Blessings to you!

  2. Thank you for your encouragement to create a lovely home in every way.
    In Him,
    Teressa

  3. Judie Brewster says:

    Ah, home! A place of rest and comfort, a place of love and acceptance, a place to live out our faith. I look forward to reading your posts. I have loved to read both George MacDonald and Hannah Hurnard…they paint a picture of the difference Christ makes in a home where He is the centerpiece.
    Blessings Abound,
    Judie

  4. Directed from Ann web site. I am addicted and must read from Ann every day. I love her “perspective and insight” on a daily Godly life. I am excited to learn from your site too. Always looking for way for a better way!!! Blessings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. I just happened upon this blog today. Wonderful timing. I just got married again and put my house up for sale and moved into my husbands home. He was a bachelor with 2 teenagers so needles to say his home needed alot of care and attention. This reminder that a home does not have to be perfect is just what I needed to hear. I am looking forward to each days devotional and checking out the suggested books. Thank you.

  6. Just happened upon your blog today and found it fascinating. I’m trying to get my home to reflect more serenity and order and hope to find some input from your blog. The reading material is first rate and hope to check some of the suggested ones out.

  7. I always look forward to seeing your post arrive in my inbox! This will be a wonderful 31 days. I want to thank you in advanced for All the hard work it takes to put together a 31 day series. Happy new year !

  8. I am so happy to have found this today, as I am looking for nurturing for every area of my life! All of your work is so beautifully done.I am going to enjoy going back & look at this series this month! I missed it in Oct, as I had comnputer trouble. Happy New Year to you!

  9. I just found your blog, and I’m looking forward to reading your posts! I just wanted to thank you for that comment about renting, with the white walls and nasty carpet. I see you understand!!!! And mine is a tiny, cramped apartment to boot. I dream of a little house to call my own.…..

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