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Give With Intention This Season

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Give With Intention This Season

Shopping with intention and slowing down to remember why you give, and that what you give matters, may be one of the greatest gifts you can share with your loved ones this year. To help you find thoughtful, meaningful pieces, I’m sharing a few of my favorite pieces from Imperfect Dust’s collection and fellow makers.

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How Running a Debt-Free Business Is Good for Your Family and Your Customers

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How Running a Debt-Free Business Is Good for Your Family and Your Customers

I want to share how striving to become debt-free has shaped the health of my business, my family, and my faith. This road has required sacrifice, but it has also led me to discover my purpose as a business owner and given me the tools to spread His Word. 

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5 Sympathy Gift Ideas That Last Longer Than Flowers

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5 Sympathy Gift Ideas That Last Longer Than Flowers

I hope that these five simple sympathy gifts other than flowers offer you inspiration and ideas to walk alongside your loved ones when they are in a difficult season of life. 

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How to Choose the Right Inspirational Quotes for Your Home

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How to Choose the Right Inspirational Quotes for Your Home

Interior design for the home reflects you or your family’s perspective on the world. Consider how adding quotes about home and family can give your interior decorating a unique touch. 

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5 Tips for Creative Entrepreneurs That Can Make All the Difference for Your Business

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5 Tips for Creative Entrepreneurs That Can Make All the Difference for Your Business

Striking out on your own as an entrepreneur is no easy feat. In fact, while it can be glorified on social platforms and in magazines, entrepreneurship is often one of the hardest career paths to walk. When I started Imperfect Dust, I had no idea it would grow into the fruitful, small business it is today. I simply wanted to share the Word and embrace my creativity, and if it could pay off some of my family’s debt at the same time, then it was a win-win. (I’ll be diving into paying off debt in a future blog, so fellow...

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