This month was a great month of reading. Here’s what I read this month!
Here’s the list I read in May:
The 4-Hour Workweek
by Timothy Ferriss – This is a really great read for anyone wanting to run their own business or work anywhere in the world. I liked all the ideas I gleaned from this book. I didn’t read the entire thing as I found it a little much for me as I read it through the lens of my faith, but I do think it was worth reading.
Charlotte Mason’s Original Homeschooling Series
Volume 1 – We lean more toward Charlotte Mason’s method of homeschooling than just about anything else. I snagged this entire series on my Kindle a while back for super cheap. I tend to read and re-read this series at the end of every school year as I gear up for a new year of homeschooling. It’s always a good reminder to me to stick to the basics and most important parts of homeschool and not get caught up in all the flashy lights and curriculums each year.
Embers of Love
by Tracie Peterson – Every once in a while I get a knack for a good fiction book. My Grandmother-in-love gave me this book to read. I had no idea what to expect, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. The only problem is that she only had the first book in the series … I need to find the other ones now to see what happens next!
What did you read in May? What were your favorite reads?
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