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Faith,Life,What I'm Loving

What I’m Loving Lately |2|

It has been forever since I’ve done one of these posts, but I am super pumped to share some of the random things I’ve been loving lately. Beauty Since being home from the World Race, I have been LOVING all natural face mask and homemade serums. Some of my favs have been  Indian Ancient Healing Clay mixed with Apple Cider Vinegar (with the Mother). It’s a deep pore cleanser and does wonders for your skin. CLEAR Activated Charcoal Facial Mask – I…

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Faith,World Race

A Day in the Life: Belize Style + Thoughts On Coming Home 

Featured image photo cred: Katie Horst “Welcome once, welcome twice, welcome three times in the house of the Lord”  – Miss LaVern aka the Pastor’s lovely wife It’s my final month. What. Where has time gone? It’s hard to say. As the month swiftly comes to a close, I thought I would share what my life looked like this month in San Mateo on the island of San Pedro in schedule form 🙂   Schedule 6AM: alarm goes off (unless…

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Faith,Life,Lifestyle,World Race

When Faith Becomes Greater Than Fitness

I’m sorry it’s been so long since I’ve done any type of fitness post. I promise I still love it 🙂 It’s been a part of my life this year, just not as much as normal because I’ve been a missionary constantly on the move. I knew before I signed up for the World Race that this would be a year of sacrifice and surrender. A year without routine, structure, schedules, and constants. I’ve loved every bit of it. It’s…

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Fair Trade,Faith,Fashion

Fair Trade Feature: Las Aguas Verdes + MOTHER’S DAY SALE

As mentioned in my previous post, I got the privilege and opportunity to partner with Rancho Oasis for Youth this month.  Aside from running their ranch, they also run a self sustaining fair trade school and store called Las Aguas Verdes.  They sell beautiful hand made beaded jewelry.   Photo by Katie Horst I got to talk with Marillyn, the one who primarily runs the trade school, more in depth about her heart behind it and how it came about…

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