September Reading List

September Reading List

Not only do I love to read, but I believe books are meant to be shared.

I always seem to be reading multiple books at once, and my stack of reads on my nightstand never seems to go down because once I finish one book I add another one to the queue. If you’re curious, here’s what’s on the September Reading List (updated as I read):

Completed This Month:

  • Braving The WildnernessStrong back. Soft front. Wild heart. Oh man this book. It was so good that I finished it in one sitting and then promptly felt compelled to give it away to a sweet friend because this message of how we are all inextricably connected is a message that is severely needed in this wild world right now. I have tickets to see Brene Brown speak during her book tour in November and to say I am excited is an understatement.
  • What Maddy Maddy Run: This book was hard to read, but it’s an important read. It tells the story of a beautiful young athlete who’s  biggest competition ends up being her online persona. It’s a sad story of a young life taken too soon, and I think women of all ages will be able to relate on some level to the pressures that our digital society put on Maddy.

See past monthly reading lists:

August Reading List

August Reading List

Not only do I love to read, but I believe books are meant to be shared.

I always seem to be reading multiple books at once, and my stack of reads on my nightstand never seems to go down because once I finish one book I add another one to the queue. If you’re curious, here’s what’s on the August Reading List (updated as I read):

Completed This Month:

  • Wonder: I saw a preview for this movie, and wanted to be sure I finished the book first. It’s a quick, touching, read about about a young boy that will warm your heart.
  • Wellth: I was introduced to Jacob Wachob through the MindBodyGreen Podcast which led me to be interested in this book. While this read doesn’t reveal anything completely brand new, it is a great reminder on how to live a balanced and healthy life. What I most appreciate about this book is Wachob’s realistic approach to wellness and holistic medicine.