This Week the Trend | March 20

Between music festivals and camps, It’s been a HUGE week. Here’s a list of the music I have on rotation and the best puppy pics going around.

In music:

The Garden by Kari Jobe
This album is exquisite. Go listen to it on Spotify and let the imagery envelope you. Simply stunning.





Human Things EP by AIRPORTS
These guys keep getting better. Their new EP has an edgier sound than their past work and explores lust, love, commitment….everything that comes with being an adult really. There’s even moments I’m reminded of Macklemore. Good stuff.




Nothing is Sound by Switchfoot
Playing this gem in my car at the moment. It makes me feel completely and fully alive.






In books:

The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp
Yep, still reading this. And it’s still SO GOOD. I know it’s going to take a re-read to fully comprehend it, but there’s so much kingdom truth in here.





On TV:

Survivor: Game Changers

Survivor is back baby! So excited to see some of my favourite castaways return for season 34 (yes, really). I’d love to see Malcolm win —I feel like he’s the quintessential millennial who voices everything we’re thinking. I’m also up for Ozzy to redeem himself.


On Instagram:

I went to Forest Edge Music Festival last week, and MPH Photography caught this shot of me in the audience. It truly is me in my natural habitat!
PS. That’s a TWLOHA ‘City’ jersey

Hope Movement went to Flourish girls camp this weekend, and we taught electives on mental health, active listening and strengths and talents. Here’s me with the media team ruling at Boomerang.

This weekend's A-Team @hopemovementau #HopeLives

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In puppy pics:

Otis dressed up for St Patricks Day. AGH. SO CUTE.

In writing:

I’ve got some new articles coming for you that I’m psched about. In the mean time, here’s the reviews I published this week:

Albanese : Telling it Straight
The Anxiety Book
In the Month of the Midnight Sun

What are you loving at the moment? Let me know in the comments so I can check it out.

See you soon! X


About Jessica Morris

Jessica Morris is an internationally published journalist, writer and social media manager.

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