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Books I’m Reading in 2020!

I've sat a pretty lofty reading goal for 2020, and that is to read 150 books this year. If you're a reader, make you are following me on Instagram on both my personal page and the bookstagram page I founded with my bff, Mrs. Bishop! I plan to share book suggestions all year there and as well as my Good Reads page, so if you're active in that community find me there! So many amazing books coming out that I'm…

Tips for hosting a stress-free book club in the new year!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Torani, all opinions expressed are my own. #ToraniPuremadeSyrup I love books, reading has always been such a profound part of my life.  It occurred to me a few years back that I wanted to use books as a sort of ice breaker with other women.  I started a monthly book club and it developed some of my best friendships.  As young moms, it gave us a place to come monthly and the motivation to…

Tuesday Top 10: Reading Edition

You may have noticed I've been shifting gears here on the blog: I can't even identify my niche right now. I'm in a transition, heading in the direction of simply sharing my favorite things and hopefully you guys hang around! Right now, our days are filled with school, homework, sport practices, fishing, cleaning, and cooking, I know it's not super glamorous or exciting, but it's where I'm at. I keep finding myself at the end of day thinking, "what a…

The 10 Best Books I Read In 2017 & The 10 Books I Plan To Read In 2018!

Sisters First.  By Jenna Bush Hager & Barbara Pierce Bush.  Before We Were Yours. By Lisa Wingate Wonder.  By R.J. Palacio The Orphan's Tale.  By Pam Jenoff The Magnolia Story.  By Chip & Joanna Gaines The Last Mrs. Parrish.  By Liv Constantine Of Mess & Moxie.  By Jen Hatmaker Knights In Training.  By Heather Haupt Strong And Kind.  By Korie Robertson Capitol Gaines.  By Chip Gaines 10 Books I Want To Read In 2018! Gospel Centered Mom by Brooke McGlothin…

Reading: How to afford it & how to make time for it!

My best friend, Stephanie says it best when asked how she finds to read books.  "you make time for what is important to you."  We are both writers, so reading inspires us.  I love how it feels to enter another world through literature.  I love what it means to be transported through vocabulary and imagination to different eras, human struggles, family triumphs, and a great self help book that inspires me to become a better version of myself. How do…