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  1. Seana Turner

    I am a “slow and steady” person, so this appeals to me. I’ve been working my way through a book of charts and maps from the Bible. If I had to sit down and read the whole thing, it would overwhelm me, but a few minutes each morning is fun!

  2. Elizabeth

    Thanks for this. I’ve been looking for something new to read during my morning routine. I have read “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Women” by Kristine Carlson over and over.

  3. Linda Sand

    Anything by Robert Fulgham is good for reading a short bit every day. He’s the guy who wrote the essay “Everything I need to know I learned in kindergarten.” One of my favorites is about the day he strapped on a compass instead of a watch. He made me wonder what would happen if you asked every trick-or-treater to give you a piece of their candy? Lots of different ways of looking at our world.

  4. Andrea Stoeckel

    Simple Abundance is a classic! Get one with a hardcover.[mine ended up in the storage unit, but not anymore! It comes home if I can find it on the next visit]

  5. anne marie

    I so agree about Simple Abundance, I’m starting it again myself. A classic that needs to be brought back!

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