My Reading List - Books and Blogs

WHO has time to read? I mean really.. between running the children here and there, work, errands, meeting with friends, cleaning, and everything else...  who has time to read??!!

You do. And I believe reading, whether it is for enjoyment or education, work or pleasure, is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. And your children.

By taking just 30 minutes to read every day, in one year, you will read 182 hours. How many books can you read in 182 hours? 40? Probably. How much could you learn? How many times would you LOL? (Wait maybe I'm the only one who LOL when reading.) How much more relaxed might you be?

Take the time. Every day. And read.


Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen -- a stand-by that I always enjoy diving back into for some escapism

Talkers, Watchers, & Doers by Cheri Fuller - a talk about learning styles, how to identify them, and the strengths & weaknesses of each

How to Teach Your Child: Simple Tools for Homeschool Moms by Tamara S. Chilver


The Brocante Home

The Frugal Girl

What are you reading this week?

Peace -- Ann


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