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Top 5 Tools for Quiet Time
- My bible and journal for sure
- My all-time favorite pen is the Pigma Micron .5. I use this almost everyday.
- My favorite watercolor palette comes from Michael’s it has 36 color cakes and it’s super affordable. Great for quick doodling.
- BOTH our Scripturedoodle books make for a great quiet time resource because it takes the guessing game out of “What should I study?” Ever been there?
- Lately I’ve been loving the YouVersion reading plans to go along with my quiet time study. There are so many great topical plans to choose from.
For me, my best shot at a quiet time is early morning before the kids wake up, otherwise the chaos begins and I quickly find myself off my game. I have a thing for journals so my supplies usually look like: a bible, at least one journal, a pouch of pencils and pens, my watercolors and a cup of coffee or tea depending on my mood. Currently I’m doing a youversion devotional along with an advent study. I also like to spend a few minutes writing my prayers before I do my reading. It gets my heart settled and helps me let go of my thoughts.