Artsy Olive & Investing In Yourself

December 17, 2018
Artsy Olive and Investing In Yourself

Christmas is right around the corner. And while I finished my Christmas shopping last week, I still want to share something special I discovered with you. It’s a company called Artsy Olive. They make customizable framed prints for every occasion, and I am super in love with them.

Check out this one I got for my living room.

Collect moments not things - Artsy Olive

But they have prints for every occasion, style, and personality. You can get them customized with your name, the name of your child or favorite teacher, the date you were married or retired, they have so many options. Check them out here.

I was even able to snag a discount code. If you place an order before December 30th, you can use the promo code “blog15” and get a 15% discount on your order.

Oh, and they are giving away five free framed prints. You can enter to win below.

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I mean, just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean we can’t enter giveaways and shop for ourselves, does it?

Invest in yourself - and an artsy olive #giveaway

A Candid Confession

But I’ll be candid with you for a moment… 

Shopping for myself is hard for me.

Can you relate?

I always think there are better ways to spend our money. As the mother of four, I’m constantly looking out for the needs of others. And I’m not a homemaker by nature. Decorating and investing in the atmosphere of my home isn’t my default setting.

Which is part of the reason I chose the print that I did.

So what about you? Do you struggle to invest in yourself?

Let me know in the comments below!

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  • Reply Kelly Youngblood December 18, 2018 at 9:25 am

    It is very difficult to shop for and/or invest in myself. God has given me the Gift of giving and so I love to give to others, like all the time. But myself, with four kids, their needs have always come before mine. When asked what I want for Christmas, I can’t even comprehend that question for myself. I immediately start to think of others. BUT, God, in His wonderful mercy and grace, is teaching me that I need to take care of me, that it’s okay to spoil myself every now and then. It is still hard for me to do, but I try to do something every so often.

  • Reply Laurie December 21, 2018 at 12:54 pm

    My dear DIL would love Artsy Olive. I will share with her. Thank you for sharing with all of us!
    Laurie recently posted…Searching for Balance

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