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?

Enjoy!


"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.

Things that should exist for single people. Yes.

This this this this this.

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.

"Let’s remember that the real captivating, miraculous stuff is already right here in front of us."

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?


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