Perfect for an outing, or day to day use our 20 oz. travel tumbler with straw is perfect for keeping your cold drinks handy!
-Double Wall Insulation that is designed to keep your beverages cool and your cup from being covered in condensation.
BPA-FREE: 20 oz tumbler is made of acrylic that is bpa, lead, and phthalate-free. The non-toxic materials mean your tumbler is environmentally friendly and your beverages stay rid of any harsh chemicals or tastes.
TRAVEL FRIENDLY: Plastic tumbler features a flat lid that is easy to screw on/off and includes a soft plastic straw that won't break! The base of the cup measures 3.75 inches (9.53 cm) - the slim design is easy to carry and fits in standard size cupholders
QUALITY DESIGN: Travel cup has a large opening that makes it super easy to clean by hand. The reusable straw is made of a soft plastic so it's safe for everyone to use.
Choose between two designs, or grab both!
"A single act of love makes the soul return to life." - Saint Maximilian Kolbe
This is one of my favorite reminders. A few months ago, after making a big move to a new city and struggling with all the changes, I was sitting in prayer wallowing. And then I recalled what Saint Maximilian said - an act of love could make my soul come alive. So I cancelled my plans for the day and volunteered at a refugee center. Sure enough, it was just what my soul needed.
I hope this message can carry us all through - a small reminder to make little acts of love for the health of our souls.
Let Go- "We should throw ourselves into God as a little drop of water into the sea,and lose ourselves indeed,in the ocean of the divine goodness.
- Saint Jane Frances de Chantal
A few years ago I was really struggling with a lot of anxiety and worry. I had so many fears floating around in my head and was not coping well. My spiritual director told me about Saint Jane Frances de Chantal who experienced a lot of hardship in her life. She lost her husband when he was murdered and she was left with her six children. She created a religious order for women who were not accepted in other communities. She practiced a prayerful meditation every morning where she envisioned herself going out into the ocean and floating on her back. She would take each worry, fear, anxiety like a buoy and let it go into the vast water one by one. She imagined God taking each one as she let go.
The next day, the buoy would have returned and she would once again envision letting it go until the day that maybe one of the buoys was no longer returning at all! I came to really love this practice in my own prayer life and came up with this pattern of women letting go of their buoys.
I hope that this cup, as you carry it through your day, is a small reminder to let go, just for today and trust in the vast love of our God vows.