This post is sponsored by Victoria Emerson.
Happy Friday, ladies! I feel like I’m still in holiday mode, and I’m never sure exactly what day it is, but I’m hoping next week to get back to a schedule.
We are headed to Georgia this morning. Our great niece is getting married tomorrow afternoon, and we are driving back home after the wedding.
We need to be back for church on Sunday, so it’s going to be a super quick trip!
Today I’m styling some Victoria Everson bracelets, this past year bracelets have been on-trend. The more you stack, the better!
I wear Victoria Emerson bracelets all the time, they’re so easy to add to my outfits.
Right now, you can get Buy One, Get One Free. No code needed.
I like mixing the boho cuffs with the wraps.
The Mini Boho Cuff that I’m wearing does not have a magnetic closure, but it has a chain and clasp.
The wrap bracelet has one clasp with closures at 34″, 35″ and 36″. You fit it to your wrist and then cut off any excess leather.
I love that they have added colorful enamel bracelets to their collection!
Beauty For the Heart~~ A pastor friend of ours shared this about the New Year, and I thought it was good:
One of my favorite New Year’s verses is “Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin…” (Zechariah 4:10)
Don’t be ashamed to start small. It might be in the small beginnings that you see traction toward the big achievements you really want to see happen.
Here are 10 examples of simple resolutions you can actually keep:
1. I will talk (and listen) to God more this year.
2. I will think before I eat.
3. I will do some form of exercise or physical activity every week.
4. I’ll open my Bible every day.
5. I’ll work on improving my patience.
6. I’ll organize one closet (or even one drawer).
7. I’ll try to consider other people’s side of an issue.
8. I’ll strive to be a better listener.
9. I’ll smile more. (Stretch yourself and insert laugh here.)
10. I’ll remind myself of one thing I’m thankful for every day. ~Ron Edmonson
Ladies, the small things matter. Let’s start the New Year with some attainable goals. Don’t beat yourself up if you mess up. Get up and start again!
Have a blessed day!
DON’T MISS A POST!
Subscribe to get email updates! In addition to my most recent blog posts, you’ll receive an exclusive newsletter, and a sneak peek behind the scenes with family pictures, etc. — all delivered right to your inbox.
THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS. ALL OPINIONS ARE MY OWN. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WHAT THAT MEANS, SEE MY ABOUT PAGE: BLOG COMPENSATION AND DISCLOSURE.