• Book Review #3 – The Worn Out Woman

    I finished The Worn Out Woman by Dr. Steve Stephens & Alice Gray in three days. This is saying a lot because I’ve had two midterms, quizzes, and a bunch of homework due this week. This might be the best book I’ve read this year, replacing Don’t Settle for Safe (you can read that review here). In my last book review, I said that I would be reading The Self-Love Experiment by Shannon Keiser next, but after reading a few chapters I decided that book wasn’t for me. Honestly, I had to force myself to read it. I think that truly takes away the enjoyment I get from curling up with a good…

  • Book Review #2 – The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

    One of my goals this year is to read two books a month and I can admit that I’ve fallen a little behind. It’s the first week of February and I just completed my second book. I’m not too far behind. I’m going to try to finish my next book by the end of this week. Then I will have another book review up for you all. If you want to see all of the books that I’ll be reading this year you can check out my 2018 Reading List.This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that if you make a purchase through clicking on them I’ll receive a small…

  • Book Review #1 – Don’t Settle For Safe by Sarah Jakes Roberts

    If you read my new year goals post then you know that one of my goals is to read 24 books this year. This means that I will be reading about two books a month. So far I am on track with that goal and I completed my first book earlier this week. If you want to see the list of all of the books that I’ll be reading this year, you can find that here. It is not in order but at the end of each book review I will announce the book that I’m reading next. So let’s jump right in to the review of Don’t Settle for…

  • 2018 Reading List

      Welcome to day five of Blogmas! A view months ago I read that one of the things that all super successful people have in common is that they read…a lot. I have always loved reading ever since I was a little girl, but being in college kind of discouraged me because of all the reading that I was required to do. None of it was interesting to me! However in 2018 I’m going to make it a habit to read more. I was going to wait and make this list closer to the end of the month but after reading Jay Colby’s 10 Books To Guide You To The…

  • 3 Things I Learned From “The Big Leap” by Gay Hendricks

    This post does contain affiliate links meaning that if you click on it and decide to make a purchase I will receive a small portion.   A few months ago I read The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level by Gay Hendricks. This book really gave me a different perspective on life and the things that I was going through at the time that I started reading it. The book was extremely inspirational and Hendricks did a good job of breaking down the necessary steps to move past your Upper Limit Problem and experience true happiness and fulfillment. What is the Upper Limit Problem?…