Recently I’ve thinking a lot about how little, everyday things can lead us to God, and I have been looking for ways to put my insights to work in my own life. One way I have been doing this is by investing in beautiful, meaningful products that remind me of the Lord and also support a worthy cause. Now I’m not saying you should run out and spend a ton of money on things you don’t need- far from it! However, I would like to share some of my finds with you so that the next time you do need a simple, everyday item like a lip balm or a water bottle, you can choose one that, in a small way, contributes to your spiritual life. And of course, all these products are classy and feminine!
Lip Balms Fit for a Saint– I was recently given the Catholic Balm Co.’s Little Flower Lip Balm as a gift, and I can’t get enough of it! It smells and feels great, and every time I use it, I am reminded of the Little Flower, St. Therese. All proceeds go to youth ministry. http://catholicbalm.co
Planners, Water Bottles, and More…Oh My!- I discovered Blessed is She over the summer, and I couldn’t be more impressed with their ministry! I love getting their daily devotionals in my inbox and downloading their weekly wallpapers for my desktop. Plus, they have some beautiful products, and all the proceeds go to their ministry. I have their “Beloved” water bottle and their 2018 Liturgical Planner, both of which are wonderful! I love having a water bottle that reminds me I am beloved by God every time I sip from it, and I can hardly wait for January so I can start using my new planner to organize my life (both physically and spiritually)!blessedisshe.net/shop
Wear Your Heart on Your T-Shirt- I confess I haven’t actually bought anything from Elly and Grace, but their “She Believed She Could So She Did” shirt is definitely on my wish-list! (This is LITERALLY one of my favorite quotes!) I also love their Proverbs 31 Collection. Plus, it’s a Christian company, and a portion of every purchase goes to charity. http://www.ellyandgrace.com
Enjoy, and keep looking for God in the little things!
P.S. The New Feminist is not affiliated with these companies.