10 Things I’m Loving {March 2019}

So, it’s been super fun each month to share some of the things I’m loving. And it’s been even more fun to hear from you … so be sure to drop a comment about what you are currently loving. I love hearing what is making your life easier or more pleasant or just more fun.

10 Things I'm Loving {March 2019} — from pens to checking things off the list, here are a few of the things that have made March awesome!

10 Things I’m Loving {March 2019}

Okay, so these are not in any particular order. But here are a few things I’m really loving lately.

Staedtler Triplus Fineliner pens — I’ve used them before and gave my set to Casiday for school. I bought the bigger set this time and I love them. They are perfect for my planner and journal … they don’t bleed through my Bible pages but there is some shadowing so if that bothers you, you’d probably rather have Miron pens for that.

Camellias. Look at these gorgeous blooms. I’m putting them everywhere.

10 Things I'm Loving {March 2019} ... I can't get over these camellias!

Let’s face it, I’m pretty much loving everything about Underwood Estates right now. It’s gorgeous here this spring! Look at these pics …

10 Things I'm Loving {March 2019} — 
Underwood Estates in the spring is absolutely gorgeous!

Northern Lights Blue Spruce + Orange + Peppermint in the diffuser. Brooke recommended a similar blend and I had to try it. Oh. My. Word. I love it. And if I’m a little stuffy in the mornings (which I usually am because as beautiful as it is here at Underwood Estates, the blooming beauties do lead to some stuffiness), I add a drop or two of Eucalyptus. So good. {Learn more about my affection for essential oils here.}

Snail mail. Can we please just discuss how fun it is to get mail that doesn’t require buying or paying something?

Checking BIG things off the list. Y’all, there is nothing that brings me a sense of relief like checking off a huge project. I’ve been working toward our Refresh Bible Conference since last September … it was a huge success. Almost 100 women from over 20 churches attended. But I was ex.haus.ted. after it was over. {And I’ve already started planning next year’s event because that’s the way we Enneagram 3s roll. haha!} And if you weren’t able to come to Refresh, you should absolutely check out the Enjoy God’s Word conference. It’s 100% online and if you buy your ticket through my affiliate link, I’ll be glad to send you an additional eight weeks of resources. Just get your ticket through this link and send me your receipt to teri {at} terilynneunderwood {dot} com and we’ll get those resources sent to you, one a week for eight weeks. Plus, when you buy through my link, HALF your ticket price goes directly toward my trip to Israel this fall where I’ll be encouraging and supporting pastors and teachers in Nazareth.

Refresh Bible Conference for Women is hosted by First Baptist Church in Florence, AL.  This annual event is held the third Saturday of March.  Next year's conference will be held March 21, 2019.

My air fryer. I am pretty sure this has made an appearance on the list previously. But it’s such a great thing … we have used it almost every day since we got it. I am constantly telling people they need one. I think this weekend I’m going to try making donuts with it.

Going gray. It’s weird, honestly, how much I’m enjoying watching my hair go gray. I had a note on my calendar to make a hair appointment and realized I didn’t need to do that because I’m not coloring it anymore. And I’m amazed at how many kind words I’ve received about the way it looks. It’s slowly growing out all the previous color. But I love the way the gray is coming in around my face. A lot of people are really shocked that I’m doing this at age 47. Which, of course, makes me wonder, where do you stand on going gray?

Opportunities to share my passion for praying for our daughters. It was a huge honor to do an interview with Focus on the Family. If you haven’t had a chance to check that out, you can get all the detailshere. {By the way, if you have a daughter and you aren’t already, you can sign up for free monthly prayer calendars here. And get your copy of Praying for Girls: Asking God for the Things They Need Most here.}

My family. Seriously. We’ve had a rough six weeks or so … lots and lots of sickness with extended family and I’m so thankful for Scott and Casiday. We’ve all pitched in to help everyone else. And we still make dinner together a priority at least two or three nights a week. That’s also a gift. I know these days of having her right here will end soon enough … but, wow, am I thankful that she is going to school here and living at home. It’s been such a beautiful season for us.

Okay, that’s my list … what is on yours? Talk to me about what you’re loving!


Teri Lynne

LINKS — in case any of the things I shared look like something you might want too. These may be affiliate links, fyi.

Staedler pens || Micron pens || Essential Oils || Refresh Bible Conference || Enjoy the Word Online Bible Conference || Air Fryer || Prayer Calendars || Praying for Girls: Asking God for the Things They Need Most

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