First - I can't believe that it's already Friday, but I'm so happy that it is in fact Friday . . . this last weekend was a complete whirlwind - we were so busy and I am now ready to do nothing this weekend.
However, my whole heart goes out to my husband who is completely swamped this weekend with 5 tests . . . #midterms
It's supposed to rain and storm here all weekend plus it's finally started to cool down around here and that means that it's time for comfy clothes, tea and some movies - Oh and Lord knows I need to clean my house so some of that too.
Now on another note, while we were at Magnolia this past weekend I picked up a copy of Chip Gaines' new book - Capital Gaines and over the past week I have been reading it and then just last night I finished it.
I'm just going to start by saying that if you haven't picked up his book yet, you need to - right now.
- I'll even help you out | Click any of the following links to purchase Capital Gaines -
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This book is filled with all sorts of goodness. You'll laugh and you may even cry, but one thing is for sure - you will leave feeling inspired.
Chip speaks straight to the heart.
In today's world it is so hard to only see the negative in this life and we simply forget to focus on all that is good in the world. Chip takes the time to shift our focus back to good and shares his wisdom in how he chooses joy every day.
I could go on & on talking and sharing all about the book, but I genuinely don't want to give it away because it really is worth the read.
So with that being said, if you have read the book already please comment below and share your thoughts - I would love to hear what y'all think!
And if you haven't read it yet, but plan on doing so than still comment and let's chat about it when you've finished!
"Life feels altogether different when your perception shifts, though. It's amazing how gorgeous the landscape of life looks when we choose to believe that all people have good in them and every situation has potential for a positive outcome. It may buried, or dormant, but I truly believe it's there - most likely waiting for someone to look for it, to help unearth it, to expect it maybe even to demand it." - Chip Carter Gaines
- XO -
I'm Emilee. Twenty-something. Homebody. Believer in a simple + intentional life. Daughter of the King. Living in Austin with my hubs.
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