Habits, Hygge, and a lot of Good Fiction {January Quick-Lit}

Non-Fiction: Big Dreams, Daily Joys by Elise Blaha Cripe - 4 stars. Loved the graphics and hearing more of the author's story. I've followed her on Instagram for years so it's fun to hear more about her creative process and life. Atomic Habits by James Clear - 4 stars. Lots of good insight, but it … Continue reading Habits, Hygge, and a lot of Good Fiction {January Quick-Lit}

Read-alouds, memoir, and lovely fiction {September Quick-Lit}

Non-Fiction: Breathe Again by Niki Hardy - 4 stars. A powerful book for anyone grieving, approaching serious illness, or even just in the middle of ridiculous or worrisome circumstances. Word that nudge you to pick yourself up after the hard news hits and keep going after something happens. I appreciated it.If Only You Knew by … Continue reading Read-alouds, memoir, and lovely fiction {September Quick-Lit}

Arranged relationships, inanimate toys, and my favorite homeschooling book so far {Quicklit – August Reads}

Non-Fiction: The Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and Life by Julie Bogart - 5 stars. So helpful and practical. I love how she described the way not adhering to any one method of homeschooling really freed up her family to thrive. I also loved her idea to keep a list of what … Continue reading Arranged relationships, inanimate toys, and my favorite homeschooling book so far {Quicklit – August Reads}

Summer Reading – Am I Doing it Wrong? {July QuickLit}

July was a weird month of reading. I listened to a couple audiobooks while ferrying the kids back and forth to VBS. Three hours of VBS is not really long enough when it takes 25 minutes to get to church. The audiobooks helped it to be more enjoyable instead of feeling like wasting alone minutes … Continue reading Summer Reading – Am I Doing it Wrong? {July QuickLit}