Top 5 Books, Vol. 3

Fellow book nerds! Y’all are in for a treat! I have heard Dave Ramsey share this quote from Charlie “Tremendous” Jones a ton. “You are the same today as you’ll be in five years except for two things: the books you read and the people you meet.” I really believe this! Reading books has radically changed my life over the last 15 years. You see a ton of book recommendations from me, especially if you follow me on Insty with

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25 books in 2017

I am so excited to share today’s post! It’s one y’alls favorite posts of the year which means y’all are just as book nerdy as me because it’s one of my favorite posts too! 😉  So let’s chat books. If you saw my list of books I wanted to read and books I actually read in 2016, you will see quite a big difference. I am realizing how much I gravitate to books in different seasons. I have no idea

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What I read in 2016

It’s officially the last week of the year! The one we make room to make the most of the next year. Last year, my sister Natalie, and I did a series on goal-setting and had to do it again! Today I’ll share what books I read in 2016 and here’s what’s coming next: My Word for 2017 My Goals for 2017 Books to Read in 2017 What’s coming up in 2017 Ok, y’all know I love to read!! I was

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My Routine: Book Reading

I am perpetually topping myself when it comes to being a nerd. Y’all should know how much I love books. Today I’m sharing what my book reading routine looks like! 🙈 I truly feel like there is so much value in reading good books BUT it can also be a giant waste of time if: We read worthless books We don’t retain what we learned.  This is kind of the whole message behind The Finishing School. Books are powerful for training us

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Book Club // Prayer

Hi all! My book club periscope for today got derailed by a cold. I literally can’t breathe through my nose and can barely talk so I figured a blog post would be better! 1. QUESTIONS FROM CHAPTER ONE:  Why did you pick up this book? What are you hoping to learn? How to move past the knowledge stage. To stop the never-ending loop of “I really should…” What do you want to be different when you read the last page?

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