Hello lovely readers and welcome to our half way point of the year and another installment of ‘What We Loved’. Best enjoyed with a brew and a packet of biscuits.

The coolest way to open wine

Quit social media every other day

In some twist of irony, the world is now awash with recommendations on dealing with our social media addiction. This article take the idea of intermittent fasting and applies to our digital life.

Intermittent fasting if meant to break a sort of addiction— not to food, but to the feeling of being almost constantly full.

Habits vs Goals

Here on threads we’ve had some cracking articles on the importance of forming habits. This five-minute article is a brilliant read on how habits are way better than goals.

While goals rely on extrinsic motivation, habits are automatic

The Tech-Wise Family

Back to the conversation on technology and one of our favourite writers has done it again. Andy Crouch, with some help from our friends at the Barna Group, has published a must-read on creating healthy homes. Choose character. Shape Space. Structure time. Here’s a trailer for the book. This isn’t just for married couples with kids, by the way.

The best documentaries of all time

A list compiled by Esquire. These documentaries are powerful, shocking, heartbreaking, and intense, and each will expand the horizons of the viewers open to learning more about the world. How many have you seen?

The museum of failure

80 to 90% of all innovation products fail but where do they go? Companies usually sweep them under the carpet. This place brings them together to allow visitors to learn.

Quote of the month:

The mark of a deeply mature man or woman, the mark of a very mature disciple of Jesus is this: he or she is a person who blesses others and blesses the world, just as God does and just as Jesus did. Ronald Rolheiser

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We are a collective of Christians from all walks of life, who are living, working and trying to carve out our identity in our worlds. We know our lives can be broken and dislocated and we also know Jesus is the ultimate fixer. We are humble, because we are not worthy. So we’re not judges, and we don’t do platitudes. Life can be full of knots, but we’re living it to the full.

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