Saturday, November 29, 2014

Christmas Ideabook 2014

Before I begin, I want to reiterate the fact that Christmas is not about the presents: it is about our faith and Christ's birthday, spending time with family, the "authentic time" with those closest to you, the holiday smells & apple cider, giving, and JOY! And I also think that it is extremely easy to get caught up in the materialistic side of the holiday. This side is fun though... I love shopping and opening presents, wearing new outfits and playing with the newest techy gadgets.

So please don't take this post the wrong way, my intention is solely to have fun inspiring each other in our whimsical wish lists, and dreaming about the possibilities of perfectly wrapped presents filled with surprise and excitement under the tree.

I've also linked these products below for your convenience. This way, it's extremely easy to access these items and share them with family!
"*" marks that I either own this item or know that I am receiving it for Christmas. I want you to get an honest recommendation of the product. I would feel guilty recommending something to you that I do not like, wouldn't use myself, or that doesn't live up to its following (i.e. it is not as good as what one would assume it to be!).

Kate Spade Bow Puffer Jacket*
(almost sold out... select sizes available)
(note: I actually have this pullover in other colors and I adore them!  This cream color however is my absolute favorite!)

I hope you enjoyed this post and got some inspiration for this upcoming Christmas! If you have any questions or comments on these items, please don't hesitate to contact me. I'd love to help in any way I can. Also, please share with me some of your fun wish lists, I'd love to be a part!

Please remember the true meaning of Christmas by keeping Christ as the center of your Christmas. Give this season. Pray this season. Love this season. I know how easy it is to get caught up in the materialistic side of this holiday, so it is extremely important to recognize these tendencies in attempt to prevent ourselves from taking this "materialistic-ness" to far.

Sarah Beth

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