mine + ours: books #3

Are you guys proud? I actually finished September’s books before the end of the month! With a week or so to spare even! MINE: Hardcopy // The War of Art THIS book!! If you are in a creative position. If you are running like hell toward a goal (to quote Susan who also suggested this book to me), a calling, a future, read this book. If you are wrestling with fear and failure and inspiration and resistance, it is for you. It is short spurt like chapters that you can pick up for 2 minutes or pour over for an … Read more

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five star books

I talk a lot about books here on the blog but I realized I needed ONE post with a good overview of my very favorite books to direct people to! You can hear all about why I love a good book on @jennaskitchen Insta Stories today!I should’ve been a humanities major because that is my favorite way to learn… about politics, pop culture, art, music, war, invention, social climates shape an era or story. These stories will transport you to a different time or teach you in a really well rounded way. These Is My Words – The Wild Wild … Read more

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best of: on wheels

Best Of: On Wheels

In Partnership with DC Shoes. Find all our “BEST OF” posts here. Having three boys, we have gone through A LOT of rideable toys. So today we’re going through our favorites for babies on up! Hayes, now 7, is getting into trickier toys and heaven help us when motors get involved!Hayes: Shoes // Board // Jeans // Vest // Helmet (too small all the sudden, we’ve got a bigger size on the way!)Cal’s shoes // Cotton On Tee // Sunnies So let’s start at the beginning. Scootable toys and walkers are so fun pre-walkers and early walkers and Raleigh is OBSESSED with his brothers … Read more

mine + ours: books #2

For this month’s Mine + Ours I actually started the book pick for myself two months ago. I didn’t realize then that it would be such an important, timely read for me. MINE: I chose Homegoing based off reviews, and it is SUCH a beautiful book. I hesitate writing too much about it because it feels like it doesn’t belong to me, like I opened someone’s diary. It is so raw and personal. I think it’s a must on Audible because the narrator helps keep you focused on where the story is in time and place with his accents. In … Read more

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