Hey guys! Welcome back. I hope you are having a great week so far. Reading is something that I try to prioritize as often as I can, even if it’s only a couple of pages a night. It’s something that I really enjoy and take a lot from. So today I wanted to share with you the books I am planning to read this Spring. Maybe you will find some new books to read from this list and when I review them we can all talk about them!
Uninvited – By Lysa Terkeurst
I have started this book and so far it is really good. It’s a must-read for anyone who feels unloved or unwanted. I have struggled with this for a long time and this book has really helped open my eyes to so much. It is a book with more religious nature and topics, so just be mindful of that going into it. But so far I am really enjoying it and it has helped me a lot.
Girl, Stop Apologizing – By Rachel Hollis
I recently bought this book, but I haven’t got around to starting it yet. But Rachel Hollis is one of my favorite people. She is super inspirational and I have been following her for a long time. So I am so excited to not only have this book, but to be able to see what insight it brings me. Because I know I struggle with apologizing for who I am, what I do, and things that aren’t even my fault. So hopefully it helps.
Fail Until You Don’t. – By Bobby Bones
If you have been around for a while you know that I love Bobby Bones. The Bobby Bones Show is a morning radio show straight out of Nashville and it is so good. You can listen to it as a podcast anywhere you find your podcasts. But I relate a lot to Bobby and some of the challenges he has faced. And reading about how he has worked to overcome those challenges is really inspirational.
Own Your Everyday – By Jordan Lee Dooley
Jordan is another person that I have been following for a long time. And I was so excited to read her book. So it’s definitely on my list now. It’s another book that I started but never finished. So I will be starting it over and reading it all the way through. I find her so inspiring and I love the way she carries herself. I just know this is another book that is really going to help me.
She’s Still There: Rescuing The Girl In You – By Chrystal Evans Hurst
This is another religious book, but from what I have read I think it is super beneficial if you are struggling with identity, lost faith, or hardships in life. If you need your faith restored or some hope in your life I highly recommend this book. From what I have read it is really good to help you maybe not find the answers, but to help you stay patient while searching for the answers.
Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed this. Please like it if you did. Let us know in the comments what books are on your reading list this Spring. Also, let us know if you have read any of these books and what your thoughts were. Don’t forget to follow before you leave if you have not already and I hope to see you next time!