Friday, April 20, 2018

Three Books I Think You'll Love...

Affiliate links provided. All opinions are my own.

 Happy Friday! I'm so excited to share three books with you that I am LOVING. They are all very different, so I'll give you just a quick overview of what they're about and why I'm enjoying them so much...

The DIY Planner, by well-known blogger KariAnne Wood (author of Thistlewood Farms), just may be the biggest bang for your book-buying buck ever. You could hire a decorator OR you can get this book and rock the decorating yourself! KariAnne's joy is contagious, and her writing style will make you feel like you're working alongside your BFF. Your very talented BFF. From space planning to paint colors, flooring options to pattern mixing, accessory styling and more, this book will be a valuable resource for years to come.

And that grain sack lumbar pillow I purchased here! (You'll enjoy browsing this one-of-a-kind shop...)

I am blessed to know author Ellen Miller personally. We met nearly 20 years ago (hard to believe!). I have so much respect for this joyful, petite powerhouse of a lady! Spread Too Thin will encourage you to live a life of peace and hope even throughout demanding days. Ellen shares scriptures, personal stories, and even humor to help us evaluate how certain attitudes and conditions of the heart can contribute to our frantic living. Her insights resonate deeply, helping point us to a "more abundant life with Jesus." This book also includes our dear friend Stacie's story of when her 7-year-old little girl was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. You'll be inspired!

Carol Drinkwater had me at South of France. And olive farm. And again at dilapidated farmhouse in need of renovation. Sound interesting? It is! And it's also relaxing. So if you're in need of some mental relaxation and day dreaming, The Olive Farm is the book for you!

What are you reading these days? Do you have any recommendations? I'd love to hear!
Thanks for stopping by today,


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