Books I’ve Read-2014

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I love reading. I always wish I had more time read…and I have even told my husband I wish I was paid to read!! (BTW, do you know any job description that says something like that?)

 

I would like to read one book a week at least, that will be my goal. Nevertheless with all the things I need to do as wife, work-at-home mom and student I need to give myself some grace 🙂 This is where I record my progress for the year.

 

Please leave a comment if you have read any of the books here listed, I would like to know your point of view {if you are a blogger and have a review on any, please feel free to link in the comments too). And also if you have some suggestions for me to add to my ever-growing “to read” list!

 

Thanks 🙂

 

**This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you decide to buy the books through my links I get a small commission of it (no extra-cost for you) for that, I appreciate your support!

1.

How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too by Mandi Ehman

Great tips on how to be organized at home while running a business.

2.

Blog at Home Mom: Balancing Blogging and Motherhood by Christin Slade

Well, the the subtitle is quite self-explanatory. That’s what you will find, tips on how to balance blogging with motherhood.

3.
Way of the Wise, The: Simple Truths for Living Well by Dr. Kevin Leman

He gives 10 principles for living well, based on Proverbs 3:1-6. Quite powerful and truly made an impact in my life.

4.
Women Living Well: Find Your Joy in God, Your Man, Your Kids, and Your Home by Coutrney Joseph. I would read this book for a second and even third time. Though is an easy read, it’s packed of biblical principles on how to live well, in all areas of our lives. As God’s daughters, wives, moms, homemakers and even if we are in a ministry. Totally recommend this book.

 

 

5.

More than Numbers by Trina Holden. (This ebook is quite short and easy read) It’s about the core of blogging. Encouragement for bloggers. A reminder to what blogging is really about.

 

 

 

 

 

6.

Say Goodbye to Survival Mode: 9 Simple Strategies to Stress Less, Sleep More, and Restore Your Passion for Life by Crystal Paine- Crystal Paine from MoneySavingMom.com offers 9 principals on how to live life on purpose. I found most of her advice quite repetitive as many of the things, are already on the blog, but one thing I appreciate was to get to know her a bit more as she shares personal testimonies.

 

7.
Sheet Music: Uncovering the Secrets of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage by Dr. Kevin Leman. This book may raise some eyebrows as it can be quite graphic. But if read with the aim of learning something, you can get quite a lot. Many ideas and the core of intimacy in marriage. Totally recommend it to read it together.

 

8.
Packing Light: Thoughts on Living Life with Less Baggage by Allison Vesterfelt, Just love Allison’s writting, so deep, yet so simple. She has a gift, she knows how to put words beautifully.

 

9.
How to Blog for Profit (Without Selling Your Soul) by Ruth Soukup, totally loved it. She offers very practical tips and strategies to monetize your blog without selling your soul. I love how transparent she is as she shares the techniques and strategies that have worked for her popular blog.

10.


The Titus 2 Woman, This is a short read. And would recommend it as support material for some Bible study on The Titus 2 Woman. Short and sweet.

 

 

11.
What Happens When Women Say Yes to God Total obedience to Christ can transform an ordinary life into a remarkable journey. This is the hope found in the liberating message of Lysa TerKeurst—president of Proverbs 31 Ministries.
In What Happens When Women Say Yes to God, Lysa shares inspiring stories from her own life along with compelling biblical insights as she describes what it means to partner with God in all decisions and actions.

12.


The 14-Day Romance Challenge Want to put a little wow back in your marriage? Then this book is just for you.captivate your husband all over again. Each day includes a short capsule of encouragement from her book, Becoming the Woman of His Dreams: Seven Qualities Every Man Longs For, followed by five Romance Challenge ideas.

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8 responses to “Books I’ve Read-2014

  1. I have not read any if these yet but they look really good! Thanks for the sour outs. I am going to look at a few of them now! 🙂

    • Thanks Skye! Hoping to add a good bunch by the end of the year. Well, I’ll add them as I read them! Do you have any fave book? what are you reading at the moment?

      • lol…Blogs. Between writing three blogs and trying to keep up with the blogs I follow, it is all I have time for. We homeschool here, so that takes up all the rest of the time….on the side, I try and remember to breathe and play a bit. This summer, though, I do want to try and sit and read more simply to grow personally. Your list is awesome. 🙂

  2. Clearly we have the same taste in books! I’ve read almost all of these (reviewed some of them) and 2 of the 4 I haven’t read are on my list! I too want to make more time for reading. I used to read a lot more than I do now and I miss it!

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