I am an avid reader, and I love diving into a non-fiction book that will inspire me and help improve my lifestyle. I have picked out a few books to read this month that I hope will help me improve my personal and spiritual life, time management and life as a work at home mom. Without much ado, here are the books I’m reading this month.
Anything by Jennie Allen is the pick for the summer Bible study at Good Morning Girls. The book is about surrendering ourselves and telling God that we are ready to do anything He wants us to. The author shares her own experiences that resulted from a similar prayer she made. I have just completed two chapters, and already God is speaking to my heart, tugging me closer to where He wants me to be.
2. Embracing Beauty
Embracing Beauty by Trina Holden is a book written to help mothers rock their personal style. Too often, women lose interest in dressing well after having children. In this book, the author shares her candid experiences and practical tips to help women dress well and embrace their beauty as God intended. I got this book as part of The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle and I’m almost done with the book. It has truly paid an important role in changing my perception of beauty and my own sense of dressing.
3. Tell Your Time
Tell Your Time by Amy Lynn Andrews is a short read, packed with time management tips to help readers manage their schedules and make time for the things that are truly important. The author encourages readers to look beyond their daily to-do list and focus on their life’s to-do list. I’ve been looking forward to reading this book for quite a while and was excited that it was part of the The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle. I’m sure the strategies outlined in this book will help me streamline my schedule and make time for things that truly matter.
4. How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too
How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too by Mandi Ehman is a book for mothers who struggle with pursuing their passions while staying home with their families and managing their homes. The author offers inspiration and practical tools to help women follow their dreams while being intentional with their duties at home. This book was also part of the The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle and I hope reading it will help me balance my life as a work at home mom.
So, these are the books I hope to read by the end of this month.
Have you read any of these titles? What’s on your reading list this month?