I've been meaning to write this post for awhile. If there is one thing I love, it's a good book! And, when I find a good one I want to share it with everyone I know. So, I've got a bunch to let you know about today! Some I've recently read & some I'm still in the process of reading. Here goes...
If you are the mother of boys, run...don't walk, to get a copy of this book (or zoom over to Amazon). I have been following Rachel's blog, Testosterhome for a long time. As a matter of fact, hers is the very first blog I ever discovered. She is a mom to 5 boys and her stories are both hilarious and touching. Oh, and as a side note, she & her family welcomed a 6th child a couple weeks ago...a GIRL!
This book gives some great ideas of how to bless your husband. I have to admit, I finished reading the book but haven't started my '21 days of loving' yet.
3. Parenting Is Your Highest Calling and 8 Other Myths That Trap Us in Guilt and Worry, by Leslie Leyland Fields
I'm still working on this book. It takes a biblical look at parenthood, examines ways that we stress ourselves as parents and what God's true purpose for us as parents is.
This is not your typical declutter and organize book. In this book the author takes a closer look at WHY we hold on to things and helps to change our thinking about our 'stuff'.
5. The End of Overeating, Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, by David A. Kessler, MD
Sugar, Fat, and Salt makes us want more sugar, fat, and salt. I've only just started reading this book, but in it the author explores ways that the food industry has designed food products to increase our appetites. If anything can convince you it's time to get back to whole foods, this is it.
So there you have it...my current book recommendations. Let me know if you check any of them out and what YOU think about them.