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My Summer Reading List

As my time in graduate school comes to a close soon, I find myself with a little more time to read non education related textbooks. And this gets me so excited. The older I get, the more I enjoy reading a good book. It has been difficult the past couple of years because of the requirements to read specific textbooks, articles and write a gazillion papers. So, with one more 4 week course to go and by far my easiest class (praise the lord), I am excited to finish some books and dive into new ones.  All while sippin’ on coffee and laying by the pool.

 

My Summer Reading List:

  1.  Go Bravely by Emily Wilson. If you’ve never heard of Emily Wilson, I encourage you to look her up and follow her on social media.  She is one of the most authentic and faith-filled women on social media. I started this book a couple of months, but grad school has delayed me in finishing it. I cannot wait to pick this book up again. The first few chapters has given me the courage and desire to want to live MY life and no one else’s life.

  2. Uninvited by Lysa TerKeurst. Have heard so many good things about this book. Another one, I am excited to read.

  3. A Simplified Life by Emily Ley. If you follow me on instagram you might have picked up on how much I love to follow Emily Ley . I am obsessed with all her products, but most especially because of the planners she creates. You can read all about my love and why I use this planner here. I started reading a simplified life last Fall, but of course grad school got in the way. There are so many practical tools and tips in this book to live more intentional. I am slowly starting a new season in life after grad school and a goal of mine is to live with more simplicity. I can’t wait to finish this book as well.

Since, I still have one more grad course to go, I didn’t want to make a long reading list that I knew wouldn’t be practical to finish due to time. I am so excited to start and finish (finally) these books!

 

In case, you missed my last post, I will have some (well a lot) of down time this coming Fall.  I would love some more book suggestions similar to the ones I’m reading above.

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