Fall Reading List – 2017

I blinked and summer is behind us. ?Booo. ?But never fear, there is fall-foliage, crisp mornings, and chilly evenings that all make it a perfect time to curl up with a good book. ?I’m excited to share with you my fall reading list for 2017! Born for This: How to Find the Work You Were Meant to Do – Chris Guillebeau is best known in travel circles for having visited all 193 countries. ?However, he’s been able to build a …

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The Friday Five- April Life (not the giraffe, the month)

Hi everyone! ?I haven’t done many posts lately on what I’m reading or our family life, so I thought I’d do a general post for my #FridayFive! ONE My grandma passed away a few weeks ago and although she was nearly 99 years old, it’s been a sad time. It’s weird to think that that generation, which was a huge influence in my life, is gone and there’s only my parents left. ?Has anyone else felt that? Anyhow, Sunday night …

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My Summer Reading List (2016)

Here’s what I’m planning to read before Labor Day arrives! My Summer Reading List: Parenting Mom Enough– from the writers at Desiring God, this is a compilation of 24 essays from young mothers. ?I’m excited to read it. ?Right now it’s only $2.99 for Kindle. All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood– I’ve checked this book out a few times, but never taken the time to read it. ?The reviews are glowing, and it seems like it …

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Stop the Mom Shaming

Taking time away doesn’t make you a bad mom It was November 2010 and I was visiting my Aussie bff in London. ?We’d taken a day trip to Paris on the Eurostar. ?It was nearing the end of the day- we’d climbed the steps at Sacr? Coeur, eaten a crepe, and tried to figure out those free-standing Parisian toilets. ?Ha! I was waiting outside the loo for Briony when I heard an American couple next to me. ? We made …

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