Good reads for summer

My apple green nightstand usually brims with books. I have this habit of reading five books at once (minimum), but it sorta works well for me. There are seasons and days and times of the day when I want to read cerebral nonfiction, and there are other times when I want a good story. During (read more…)

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Spirit-Led Parenting: overcoming the fear of freedom

Freedom. This powerful word evokes strong feelings in each of us. For some, it conjure flag-waving and patriotism. For others, it speaks to the purpose of a spiritual faith. In Western culture, freedom is honored, cherished, and pursued. Who would be afraid of freedom? As it turns out, we were. My friend Laura and I (read more…)

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One Bite at a Time

This thing has been about a year in the works, and I hope you’re as excited about it as I am. Today, I’m popping a bottle of wine and celebrating my hard work on this project for the past month. Oh, and it’s also my birthday today. This calls for nothing less than a little (read more…)

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My summer reading list

Even though it may not look like it here on the blog, I’m taking a little offline break as of today. I’ve prewritten all my posts for the next month, and I’ll be checking comments, Twitter, and Facebook only every few days. I did this last summer, and it was glorious. So I’m doing it (read more…)

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My personal fall book list

Fall is crazy busy, but there’s something about it that also drives me to ramp up my personal reading list. Maybe it’s the cooler weather, the start of a new school year, or my internal drive for focus when the season dawns, who knows. Perhaps coffee just tastes better with an accompanied book in hand. (read more…)

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