The RAD Stuff // Vol. 9
This is the place where I roundup all the beautiful, wonderful, weird, worth-sharing things I find all over the Internet that I want to tell you about, because we shouldn't keep the good stuff to ourselves, right?
"Maybe that’s the best resolution we can get — believing we will be. And not recoiling from our broken bits so much in the meantime. Using the shards as small blocks to build character." // I never read something from Leah that was not stunning and poignant and just breathtakingly beautiful. This piece is a must-read.
If you're looking for a super easy treat to make (that's like 98% healthy but 2000% delicious), here you go. Vegan and gluten-free, but also loved by many of my coworkers who are neither of those things. I will keep these stocked in my freezer from now on until forever.
Remember God. // Annie F. Downs gave this sermon at Crosspoint recently, and you guys, wow. Chills. Needed these words. Listen, listen, listen.
Working to embrace more of these "zero dollar days" -- I have a calendar taped into my Moleskine where I write how much money I spend every day, and I put fun little stickers on the days I spend zero dollars. It's motivating!
The Case for Traveling Alone // Yes, yes, and more yes. Many of my very favorite adventures have been solo ones in new cities (especially during the summer I lived in London) and I can't recommend it highly enough.
"Do you want to know what will begin to truly change this devastating world? Living as a neighbor, wherever you happen to be." // Loved everything about this post: Proximity > Politics.
Okay, one last thing. Can we talk about kombucha ice cream for a second? Are we on board with this?