Books

February 2020 Book Club Guide: “Would Like To Meet”
2020 Reading List So Far!
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I’ve been done with this book by @sniequist for a few days but can’t quite to seem to bring myself to return it to the library yet. I know I’m probably one of the last people to read this, it’s one of those that has been recommended to me millions of times. I feel like some guardian angel stuck this one in my line of sight at the library. Each page I found myself nodding in agreement, crying with conviction, and at parts even laughing in solidarity. If you’ve ever felt like you’re in the rat race and losing grasp of things you care most about. I encourage you to grab a copy of this book. It was so beautifully written, so vulnerable, relatable, and the perfect to kick off a new year. #whatimreading #bookstagram #books #reading

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Double posting this Saturday, because I wanted to share this #bookstagram — years ago, I heard about this study “seven” by @jenhatmaker — in that season of life I didn’t want to give up going to my weekly mama’s group. Then, a few months ago, I heard Jen on a podcast talking about this book and her heart for writing it and I was like YES GIRL. I NEED THAT. 👏 So, I picked this up for LENT. Found it for 50 cents at a thrift store the day after I said I’d like to find it 🤔🤔🙏 as with everything she writes, it’s honest and feels like a conversation with your bestie. (While also tackling some hard reality!) I still have a way to go, as I’ve been reading it at a slower pace to work on some of the projects throughout. Check it out, even better grab a few friends and go through it together. 💯

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