3 Book Recommendations For When You’re Not Sure What To Read

Hello Lovely Humans! As someone who loves books, I’ve experienced that gut-wrenching feeling of uncertainty- that feeling of being lost and swimming in a sea of endless books in which you’re quickly sinking. What the heck am I going to read next?!? Almost every time I finished a book, I’d have this “Ahhhh!” moment of…

BOOK REVIEW: Not Working, by Lisa Owens

   Reading Challenge: 32/40 “Here, you should read this,” says Chris, with a cheeky eyebrow raise. He was half-kidding, half-recommending, as I had just quit my job (and then got two new ones, but that’s another story). However, the blurb sounding intriguing, the dust jacket was enticing, and I ordered a copy from Amazon later…

BOOK REVIEW: Present Over Perfect, by Shauna Niequist

BOOK 35/40 Hello dearest readers! I hope you’re all keeping well and feeling as lovely as ever. So I am bringing you yet another book review- this week, I finished reading Shauna Niequist’s Present Over Perfect. I had heard rave reviews about this book- I’d seen some of the Robertson family Instagramming it, I’d seen other…

BOOK REVIEW: Love That Lasts, by Jeff and Alyssa Bethke

I hate religion, but I love Jesus. You may remember that quote from a YouTube video which went viral a few years back. A guy named Jefferson Bethke was using the spoken word to describe something which I imagine had been on the heart of many Christians for a long time, but no one had…

BOOK REVIEW: The Best Yes, by Lysa TerKeurst

I love reading. If you’re familiar with my blog, or you’ve seen me crouching behind my desk at work, you already know that. And as I grow in my faith and try to figure out how to be a better little human, I love reading books about changing and overcoming obstacles. Something you might not…

Reading Challenge, 2017

Helllloooooo Internet People! I hope you’re feeling lovely and wonderful this August afternoon. My boyfriend and I aren’t the most competitive people, but every year, we set ourselves a  “Reading Challenge”. The idea is, we set ourselves a goal of X number of books, and the first person to read that OR the person who…