These& ;inspirational thoughts and projects will awaken your creative spirit in your home and help you fully live the life God has given you.& ; Busy schedules, mounting responsibilities, and economic distress have left women of all ages searching...
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These& ;inspirational thoughts and projects will awaken your creative spirit in your home and help you fully live the life God has given you.& ;
Busy schedules, mounting responsibilities, and economic distress have left women of all ages searching for more fulfillment in life. Marian Parsons (Miss Mustard Seed) offers her practical wisdom and biblical insights as a pastor's wife and mom whose good life has turned into a great life& ; spilling over with joy and satisfaction from God.
Marian's writing is transparent, informative, and uplifting, and her projects are doable and beautiful. Her encouraging words will inspire women to let God lead them out of the demanding cycle of everyday life and into a life that allows them to use their unique gifts in their homes.
Some girls get giddy over a new pair of shoes. Marian Parsons gets giddy over room makeovers. With a lot of ingenuity, a little bit of effort, and a tight budget, she has transformed her home into a beautiful space and filled her heart with a lot more contentment. Thousands have found inspiration at Marian's blog, missmustardseed.com, and now she shares dozens of new projects, ideas, and DIY adventures in the pages of Inspired You.
Marian will remind you that homes don?t have to be magazine material to be special, comfortable, and inviting. The goal you're working toward is home. Not a perfect home. Not an ?impress the neighbors? home. Just home?one whose walls and rooms tell the story of the family who lives there. Beautiful homes start with inspiration and a willingness to try. So uncover your God-given creativity. Be encouraged, be willing, and be inspired.
Marian Parsons (Miss Mustard Seed) is a business owner, blogger, and artist who has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens and on The Nate Berkus Show. A regular contributor to HGTV.com and Cottages and Bungalows magazine, Marian lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, two young sons, and a constant parade of painted furniture.