Capital Gaines by Chip Gaines

I was unsure what this book would bring. I was like will it be a boring mundane memoir or suck me right in. It is a great read and I feel the look inside his life, struggles, and dreams let us see another side of our beloved Chip and Jo Jo too. I honestly feel he could be a motivational speaker because this book sparks … Continue reading Capital Gaines by Chip Gaines

An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris

If you know me than you know how much I love Arkansas authors. Charlaine Harris is on the top of my list. I could not wait to pick up An Easy Death and read it. It was read at night and one my lunch breaks. This book is one of her most unique yet. Harris steps out into a dystopian world where what was the … Continue reading An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris

Inspired by Rachel Held Evans

Y’all, this book. I have been in what a call a Faith-hole. Like a show-hole but my faith was shook to the core with a hard loss and complicated grief. I seemed to be in a place that wasn’t good and was looking for something to help me reignite my fire for My faith, trust, and help me see I’m not alone in my tiredness … Continue reading Inspired by Rachel Held Evans


As I think about my life in the grand scope of thirty eight year (almost 39) there is one common thing throughout it that I have always loved and that is reading. I could read on the loudest bus, the quietest room, and never went anywhere without a book on me. Now thanks to our technological advancements there are books on my phone. See I … Continue reading Reading

Girl Wash Your Face Review

This book is a fantastic journey with Rachel Hollis. Her writing makes you feel she is at the dinner table with you chatting up the day. She is able to take her experiences to allow for you to see how she used her family, faith, and ambition to become the woman she is today. There are times I laughed and cried. She is relate-able to … Continue reading Girl Wash Your Face Review

Uninvited Review

Uninvited by Lysa Terkeurst is a read like none other. It took me two months to finish because some pages brought me to tears, self-reflection, and opened up broken parts I did not even know I needed filled. I feel we do not really think about all times we feel rejected, lost, unloved, or uninvited being marks on our heart. We must remember that God … Continue reading Uninvited Review

Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone

The magic of reading a book you have read before is timeless. I can always pick up some books and reread while getting lost in the adventure of it all. Every time that I allow myself to be transported back to Hogwarts. The first time that I read it, it was to my twins when they were four. They loved the stories and the characters. … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone


I recently presented the NKJV Deluxe Bible to my husband for his new study Bible. It has a great single column format that does not make one feel the print is too small or overwhelmed by so much on one page. The quality is amazing and the durability is likened to my new Bible by the same company. I recommend this Bible for anyone no … Continue reading NKJV, DELUXE READER’S BIBLE

Ten Day Belly Slim Down Review

After reading the book, Dr. Petrucci is known for her Hollywood work and if you want to try her plan then I encourage you to do so, just would not work for me so I did not try it out of fear of a recurrence of  my Keto debacle The Ten Day Belly Slowdown is a good plan but it is not for me. My life … Continue reading Ten Day Belly Slim Down Review

Jesus Calling Coloring Book Review

The coloring and hand lettering of scripture is the perfect practice of positive affirmations for those who need a reminder of their faith, love, and to destress. The designs are beautiful and I can imagine so many possible color combinations. I cannot wait to use it for stress management in my classroom. I have the Jesus Calling devotionals so this was a natural choice for … Continue reading Jesus Calling Coloring Book Review