Coffee Date Vlog

Happy Friday! 
Today I’m trying out something totally new: a vlog or video blog! 
Nothing monumental, just a “coffee date” chat and linking up with Rags to Stitches!
Um, so, like, this is me, you guys (embarrassed look). This is my first vlog so go easy on me!
Let’s see, what else is new? 

1.) I wrote about my beloved New England state, Vermont, for Elembee blog.

2.) You can “like” me on Facebook now! (if my video hasn’t scared you off!) I share a lot of new stuff on here that isn’t on my blog. 

3.) This post went a little crazy on Pinterest. Have you tried it, or pinned it for later?
4.) Here’s a link to the book I mention in my vlog.
Have a great weekend, my dears!


  1. How fun! I have always wondered what it would be like to to a vlog! 🙂 I can't believe it, but Renaissance Soul is literally one of my favorite books! I am really wanting to read it again soon since I'm at a new weird freshly graduated point in my life. I actually mentioned it over the summer in an interview with Daily Feats! 🙂 Check it out here if you are interested! Happy reading! I would love to know what you think of the book after you finish! 🙂

    XO – Alexandra

  2. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa LOVE!!!!! defin at ly would love more vlog from you!!!! quenched my soul! I would be hooked. vlogs are very whatever so you did fantastic Natalie 🙂 PKIng

  3. Oh my goodness that's too funny! I have been DEVOURING this book and it is definitely going on my list of most-influential, too. What a cute interview you did! 🙂

  4. This video is so cute, Natalie! I found you blog via Alt Summit Online Class. Just browsed a little bit around and I like it.

    Wish you a great weekend!


  5. Hey, just read you post on Lily Among Thorns, and I loved where you said fashion could be used to share Christ. I have been going back and forth on working out if fashion is frivolous or if it is a place to be free and just where is that line. Your thoughts on it really spoke to my heart on that. Thanks 🙂

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