Side Hustle by Chris Guillebeau {Book Review}

Book review time! This review has been a loooong time coming (sorry, world!) since it came out last September. But today's the day! Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 Days by Chris Guillebeau   Side Hustle walks you through the process of creating an income generating side project. It begins with what makes … Continue reading Side Hustle by Chris Guillebeau {Book Review}

Long Days of Small Things by Catherine McNiel {Book Review}

"God formed our bodies on purpose and called them good. In the seasons of life he gives us, we encounter and know a unique part of God and his creation that cannot be know without our voice, without our teaching. We represent a part of God's image that the world cannot see except by looking … Continue reading Long Days of Small Things by Catherine McNiel {Book Review}

The Wisdom of God by A.W Tozer {Book Review}

    The Wisdom of God: Letting His Truth and Goodness Direct Your Steps is a compilation of sermons/writings from theologian A.W Tozer. It would be easy to take this as a list of directions (as the subtitle implies), but if you read it mainly to deepen your understanding of God and His Wisdom, than it … Continue reading The Wisdom of God by A.W Tozer {Book Review}

So we’re all different, now what? {Book Review}

------ I am pretty familiar with what I like and how I want things done. I have preferences about almost everything, even if I don't realize it because I think my way is obviously the 'normal' way. But we all do that. It's easy to assume we're thinking the same way when actually our unique … Continue reading So we’re all different, now what? {Book Review}

The Story Doesn’t Stop. {A Family Shaped by Grace by Gary Morland – Review}

https://instagram.com/p/BVAMrlmjRWk/ Life is hard. For all of us. (Of course it could be harder or other people might have it harder... but let's just agree that life is subjectively hard, complicated, and different for everyone). So anyway, you're there and it's hard and sometimes it's just one more thing on top of one more thing … Continue reading The Story Doesn’t Stop. {A Family Shaped by Grace by Gary Morland – Review}

Books to Grow Your Empathy (Best of Recently)

My favorite books from the last couple months all fall into a similar sub-category. Maybe I made it up, but I feel like each of these books was a really interesting way to build understanding around big topics so that we can move forward with more nuance, grace, and empathy. Non-Fiction One: Unity in a … Continue reading Books to Grow Your Empathy (Best of Recently)

INFJ books? What do you think? (Best of Recently)

Modern Mrs Darcy has a monthly linkup of books, but since I've not linked in a good 9 months... I'm going to not be too optimistic of linking up regularly and maybe instead just go for a once a season recap of bests :) I have somehow managed to read 30 books already this year! These … Continue reading INFJ books? What do you think? (Best of Recently)

My Favorite Non-fiction from 2016

I read a lot this year. I had planned to read about 60 books again, but somehow managed to read 100. oops. I think it was related to being more intentional about being online less, having kind of a stressful year (so reading for escape more), and specifically going out to read more fiction. It … Continue reading My Favorite Non-fiction from 2016

The Lifegiving Home by Sally and Sarah Clarkson {book review}

"Home is not merely a dwelling. It's not merely a state of existence. It's a story, a narrative spun out day by day, a story molded by the walls and hours and tasks and feasts with which we fill our time, reflecting the reality of the God whose love animates every aspect of our being." … Continue reading The Lifegiving Home by Sally and Sarah Clarkson {book review}

Making It Home by Emily T. Weirenga {book review}

"What if home is more about who you are than what you do? Formerly subversive Emily T. Weirenga takes you on an unconventional journey through marriage, miscarriage, foster parenting, and the daily struggle of longing to be known. In this soul-stirring quest for identity in the midst of life's daily interruptions, she shows us that … Continue reading Making It Home by Emily T. Weirenga {book review}