First of all, I’d like to thank my brother Tim for the above photo. He was very proud of it and I want to give credit where credit is due! As y’all know, I LOVE TO READ!! There is one book that still feels new every time I read it, yet so familiar that it’s
As we celebrate LOVE and family this month, I’ve been thinking about books I’ve read over the years that have helped me in my personal relationships. Today I wanted to share five of my favorite books about relationships with you! 1. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman I first heard about The Five Love
If you’ve followed me for a while, you know how much I love to remind myself and you that what we have and who we are right now is enough! Enter this book that discusses just that! My girl Miranda Anderson from Live Free Creative just released “More Than Enough” – a book documenting her
I’m so excited to share a book that I’ve been loving this month with you. Janice Kaplan’s The Gratitude Diaries! As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I’ve been focusing on living more gratefully these past few months, and this book has been an amazing way to increase my awareness of the abundance in my life.
Y’all know I love me a good, clean romance. What you don’t know is that I’m a recent convert to the Christian historical romance genre, which I didn’t even know existed until very recently. I was so excited to discover Roseanna M. White’s books at a bookstore and immediately made haste to the library to
It’s here! Our first book, “Sister Strong” is finally available for you, your sister, your mom and your favorite Auntie Betsy to read! (YOU get a book, YOU get a book, EVERYBODY GETS A BOOOOOK!) You can buy “Sister Strong” from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Deseret Book, Books A Million, or Target! The whole process
The Element After reading this month’s book, “The Element” by Ken Robinson, I almost dropped out of college. I was sitting in a communications class during my sophomore year at university when my professor posed a difficult question: “Does education kill creativity?” Wait, WHAT?! Our barefoot, quirky professor asked us to go there…right in front
I’m a SUCKER for a good romance. Preferably a good regency era romance. When picture this time period I always think of that one scene in Pride and Prejudice when Kitty runs into the room to the window and spits out, “He’s here, he’s here. He’s at the door….MR. BINGLEY.”