What I’m Lovin’ in September

Read on to see what I’ve been lovin’ this month!


 1. Podcasts

I listen to podcasts non-stop and this month I shared 6 of my favorite binge-worthy shows.

Here’s another list of 6 that sound great.

I’m also planning to listen through this list of uplifting podcasts.


 2. These 50 compliments for Kids that have nothing to do with appearance


 3. Functional Kids Toys

You can buy a toy Dyson vacuum* that actually works…for less than $30. It’s on Andy’s wish list.

Hear more about this genius invention here.


 4. Fabric Care

As someone who sews the majority of her clothing, I want my investment of time and craft to pay off in a garment that will be well-utilized and enjoyed for years to come. These clothing care tips will help with that.


 5. Building a Sustainable Wardrobe

Recently the sewing world has been overtaken with natural fibers – often deemed “sustainable.” Kate makes a pretty balanced argument as to whether there is a “most sustainable textile to buy.”


 6. Retro Prints

This dress is definitely not a style I would wear, but I am totally smitten with the fabric!


 7. Smart Clothing Designs

This sweater basically has a built-in scarf. I’m intrigued.


 8. Shared motherhood

This glimpse of What it’s like to be a mother in prison will pull at your heartstrings.

Thank you for reading along & being a part of my community. ❤

{Catch up on all of my monthly What I’m Lovin’ posts here.}

*This post contains affiliate links. If you use the link to make a purchase, I may receive a small compensation at no additional charge to you. 

Author: Jordan Slice

My name is Jordan. By day, I'm a #DataDiva in the field of education. In addition to my daytime nerdiness, I'm a handmade addict {sewing is my favorite, but I dabble in jewelry-making and other crafts from time-to-time}. I'm also a big fan of running, rescuing pets (primarily black mutts :)), finding the laziest possible way to make vegetarian cuisine (or the cheapest way to eat it somewhere else), empowering women, supporting local businesses and spending time with family. I am also a firm believer that with inner peace comes great success (call me gullible).

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