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Grove Collaborative – With Grove, you can order healthier household products that are delivered right to your door at prices lower than full retail prices. This is a company that does great things for the environment, and I am proud to support them. I wrote a blog post all about my experience with Grove.
Kids Cook Real Food – This online video-based course is taught be Katie Kimball of Kitchen Stewardship. She teaches 3 levels of cooking skills to accommodate kids of all ages. Both of my kids have done lessons from this course. If the course is not currently open, be sure to join the wait list to be notified when registration will be open again.
Make Over Your Mornings – This is a 14-day online course by Crystal Paine designed to help you use your mornings well and live with more intention. I have previously worked through the course in May, right before my kids got out of school for summer break, and again in January after a busy holiday season when I felt like I needed to get back into a better routine. The cost of the course includes lifetime access to the materials, so you can re-visit the course as much as you want.
Make Over Your Evenings – This is another 14-day online course by Crystal Paine. It has a similar format to Make Over Your Mornings, but addresses using your evenings to set yourself up for good days.
I love to read non-fiction, self-improvement books. Each of these books has been impactful for me. I have picked my favorite book from various areas of life. The images and book title links will take you to the Amazon page of each book for more information.
Say Goodbye to Survival Mode I own this book and it has been extremely helpful to me as far as setting priorities and goals. You will definitely want to take notes. I have read this book multiple times as I set goals for each new year.
The 5 Love Languages I also own this book and it has really made me think about how I show my husband I love him. From reading this book I have learned that my husband’s love language is quality time while mine is words of affirmation. This books shows us how to show our love in the receiver’s love language.
Eat that Frog I don’t own this book, but I checked it out from the library this summer and took lots of notes. It includes 21 solid strategies to help you to quit procrastinating. Read them all and pick the strategies that work best for you.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up This book changed how I think about what I keep in my home and what I can feel good about letting go of. I have even changed how I fold my clothes and my kids’ clothes as a result of this book. The book is available on Amazon, but you could also listen to the free audio book on YouTube.
The Fringe Hours I bought this book after reading several good recommendations. I totally went into this book with the wrong perspective though. I went into it thinking, “how can I get more work done,” instead of “how can I find time for me.” From reading this book, I realized two of my own passions: memory keeping and genealogy. I love taking family pictures and organizing them into photo albums for my kids to flip through. I also love being able to search old documents and learn more about my family history.
Money-Making Mom This book provides practical advice for starting a business (any business!) and also finding ways to make money outside of a traditional job. For more information, you can read my review of Money-Making Mom.