Hooked on Books- July edition

Hi everyone!

Back in June I decided to tell you the books I was planning to read each month and give my progress!  You can see my June list here.  Reading is like everything else in life, if we aren’t intentional about it the time will just get away!  I usually try to read 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes at night.  This past week my kiddos have been getting up early so I’ve mostly only gotten the time in the evenings.

I thought my reading goals for June may have been a little ambitious and they were!  I didn’t get through my entire list, but I did finish the following:

Essentialism – This book was not on my June list, but I had it on hold at the library for a few months and it finally came in.  I really loved this book.  It would be helpful for anyone in business or just trying to figure out the most important tasks at work and in life.  You can read some more of my thoughts here.

The Magic of Thinking Big  – I wish someone would have given me this book when I graduated college.  It is only $7.80 for Kindle today.  You will not regret purchasing it!

Crazy Busy–   I really enjoyed this book, too.  Busyness from a Biblical perspective.

Clutterfree with Kids – This really helped me think through some of the emotions we tie to our stuff.  At $5.38 for Kindle, you will want to pick this up!

I’m also about halfway through Dirty God (Kindle version is only $2.99 right now) and started The Traveler’s Gift.  I hope to finish both over the long weekend.

I did not finish The Great Railway Bazaar because I just could not get into it and I’ve stopped wasting time on books that don’t draw me in.  Read this to find out why, Emphasis on #3. 🙂

That makes my July reading list a whopping 2 books long!

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The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth

Life On Mission

So there’s my July reading list.  Any books you have read or want to read?  Or maybe you have a great book recommendation for me?

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