As I mentioned in my monthly update of my yearly goals, I just finished one of my four books for March and only read three books total.
Here’s the book I finished that was on my reading list last month.
- The Parenting Breakthrough: A Real-Life Plan to Teach Your Kids to Work, Save Money, and Be Truly Independent by Merrilee Browne Boyack. The author included practical and helpful ideas for instilling your children with a strong work ethic, helping them handle money wisely, and building a family environment that will encourage children to be grounded in their faith. However, I didn’t realize before starting this book that the author was a Mormon, so references that she made to her religion were unfamiliar and did somewhat detract from the overall message of the book.
The other books I read this month were these.
- One Thousand Gifts Devotional by Ann Voskamp. This book contained many of the same principles and stories as her original book.
- The Legacy Journey: A Radical View of Biblical Wealth and Generosity by Dave Ramsey
Here are the books I hope to read in April The parenting title is a new one; the other three are the books I had planned to read in March.
Spiritual: To Live is Christ: Joining Paul’s Journey of Faith by Beth Moore
Marriage: The Surprising Secrets of Highly Happy Marriages: The Little Things That Make a Big Difference by Shaunti Feldhahn. (You may recognize this title; it’s a re-read.)
Parenting: Middle School: The Inside Story by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias and Sue Acuna
Personal Growth: The Power of a Half Hour: Take Back Your Life Thirty Minutes at a Time by Tommy Barnett
What have you been reading lately?
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