9 great books about {and written by} mothers

With Mother’s Day right around the corner, there’s no better time to celebrate mom.  Today I’m celebrating mothers in all forms and talking about a few great books about {and written by} mothers. I love celebrating my mom. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that we all love and admire our mothers. The road that lead us to understanding that she wasn’t the crazy one Read More

The book that changed the way I tackle tidying

Spring cleaning is officially here! What? You’re not excited? I’ve never been one to adhere to the notation of Spring cleaning. If it’s messy now, clean it now,. Even with this mindset, my home feels overrun by STUFF. After reading Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I have a new perspective on how to approach cleaning and decluttering my home and I’m EXCITED! Have Read More

6 Great Books for Personal Growth

Struggling is something we all deal with. Whether it’s your job, marriage, faith, or even with yourself, we all know the pain it can cause. Struggling is good (even though it is unwelcome) and often leads to personal growth. Personal growth can come about in many ways. Learning from our mistakes, prayer, and reading are great ways to grow. I find that I grow more Read More

The Books of Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls is a reader’s best friend. Whenever you are in doubt of what to read, you can always rely on the Gilmores for a good book recommendation. Ever wonder just how many books were mentioned on Gilmore Girls? Between Gilmore Girls and Gilmore Girls: The Year in the Life, 351 books were mentioned and/or shown. (If I missed any, please let me know). If Read More

Book-ish Gifts for the Book Lover in Your Life

I cannot believe how fast the Christmas season is going by. If you’re anything like me, Christmas is two weeks away and you are still running around trying to find those perfect last-minute gifts. I love the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season. Most of the year I hate feeling overwhelmed and stressed, but Christmas time stress is different for me. What I didn’t Read More