Thursday, January 2, 2014
at 1:11 PM
My book choices to begin my 2014 are compiled of some old, new and redos. Follow along with me this year as I begin this new chapter (pun totally intended), and make my way through words/plans/verses of inspiration.
Let's start at the top:
1 | The Day Designer by Whitney English
I've never met Whitney, (maybe someday!) but I know that someone who can create this type of tool for creative entruprenures, like myself, has a heart of gold. I began working in this last fall after receiving it with an Amber Housley Inspired Session. I have to say… it is amazing. It doesn't just help my plan my day's but it drags out all of my unspoken goals. You know, the ones deep down in your heart. It also is really pretty, and that never hurts. It continues to challenge me… really a planner?.. yes really!… and assist me in my productivity and personal journey.
2 | My NIV Bible
This was a gift from my momma when I was in high school. It's cute, pink and tiny, but full of so much love and truth. I hope to rustle those pages a little more this year.
3 | Love Does by Bob Goff
I can't tell you how long I have wanted to read this. I see quotes and posts about this book all the time, and it just fills me to the brim with joy every time. This year I am diving head first into it with an open heart and mind.
4 | Life Application Study Bible Devo
My bible study friends and I have been making our way through this devotional for quite some time. I love the short summaries and reference to scripture. We all agree that it is teaching us A LOT more than we anticipated, and we are loving that!
5 | You Are Already Amazing by Holley Gerth
As a follow up from "You Were Made for a God-Sized Dream", I started this book in October. Needless to say I haven't finished it. I keep setting it down and going back to it, but I am determined to finish it this year. If you have ever read a Holley Gerth book, you know how gifted she is. If not, then you darn right better! (is that even a phrase?) Anyway, She is so encouraging and her perspective is one I hope to adopt through my experiences. Her "God-Sized Dream" book is a game changer! Check that one out too!
What are some of your favorite books of inspiration, or tools for the new year?