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Looking Ahead to February (2016)

This year, I’ve made it my goal to plan a little bit more in advance for my posts, so that you have ideas in advance of holidays and seasons and so that I’m not running around like crazy trying to pull something together at the last minute.  Because as much as I hate to admit it, I was doing too much of that last year, and I don’t really like it.  I really prefer to plan ahead.

That being said, I’ve set aside time at the end of each month as a business day to work on my plan for the next month.  My favorite part of this day is that I get to play on Pinterest for unlimited amounts of time looking for new ideas and inspiration for my next craft, recipe, or activity.  Then I get to play with crafts and recipes to find out what works and what doesn’t.  And finally I get to sort of give you a sneak peak of my schedule, so you know what to look forward to next month!

So without further ado, here’s what you can look forward to in February:

February 1: 28 Days of Love Challenge begins!
February 2: 29 Ways to Love Others During the Month of Februrary
February 5: Good Things by Kevin Gerald (Book Review)
February 7: What Does It Mean to Love God?
February 9: DIY Valentine for Kids
February 11: How to Love Your Kids (When They’re Driving You Crazy!)
February 12: Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World by Kristen Welch (Book Review)
February 14: The Greatest Love of All
February 15: How to Love Your Single Friends
February 17: More Ways to Love Others (Random Acts of Kindness Day)
February 21: What Does It Mean to Love Others?
February 23: Dr. Seuss Craft
February 25: Dr. Seuss Recipe

I look forward to seeing you here next month!

Whitney Wagner

Hi, I'm Whitney! Wife to Prince Charming and mom of two gorgeous girls, I am also an author, speaker, and Jesus follower. I love writing, books, bags, and all things creative.

Making the Most exists so that I can share with you how we make the most of what we have and the most of each day we've been given with the hope that you can make the most of what you have too.

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