Pregnancy/Parenting Books

Today I’m sharing the books I’ve read and would recommend for anyone trying to get pregnant or expecting their first child. I’ve tried to be really selective about the maternity content I consume and how much I consume and I feel that these books have helped answer a lot of questions I’ve had. The authors’ perspectives, while varied, have given me plenty of food for thought and allowed me to loosely plan, with intention, how…

Books I Read in February and March

One of the things I’ve done to read more lately is designate time in the morning to read non-fiction and time in the evening to read fiction. I’ve been hearing it’s better for you: stimulating your mind with active thought right after you wake up and calming your mind with a bit of escapism right before you go to bed. I don’t know if it really works that way, however, I find that I have…

Books I Read in January

This past month contained a long weekend which meant I could spend a few days just reading which felt like such a luxury. My January titles are a mix: some business/self help, some educational based, some mystery thrillers. I find that I jump around a bit, depending on my mood. Also, I’ve learned that I can only read really engaging mysteries on my iPad Kindle app. Anyone else? If it’s an involved text, it needs…

52 Books in 52 Weeks Review

One of my goals in 2020 was to read more, so I made it a goal to read one book a week. I was doing really well, until school started in September. Then I found myself playing a bit of catch-up here and there. That being said, I ended the year with 52 books logged and reviewed. Today, I’m sharing my top 5. 5. The Energy Bus I loved “The Energy Bus” for its messages,…

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