Here’s a list of articles, music, and blog posts from around the web. Everything listed here was encouraging, helpful, or informative to me during the month of November. I hope it blesses you.
“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”– Philippians 4:8
1. How Smartphones Stifle Childhood Creativity
Are smartphones stealing creativity from our children? Trevin Wax shares his thoughts about it.
2. Don’t Fill Every Open Moment with Content
Smartphones are not the only thing stealing from us. Content in general can have a similar result.
3. “Intentional Childlessness” on the Rise
It’s becoming more popular for adults to sway away from having children. The number of reasons for not having children is also on the rise.
4. I Am Selfish and I Live In My Own World
I can relate to this article. If we’re honest, we all can.
5. The Best is Yet to Come (A Song for the New Year)
Once again, Ben Rector has released a song that, as one YouTube comment says, “articulates the things we feel but don’t quite know how to say for ourselves.” I completely agree. I’m looking forward to his new album.
Aging can feel disheartening. One blogger provides perspective.
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