Transitioning from living a lifestyle centered around working a 9-6 was more of a challenge than I had expected. During what I like to think of as the information boom from about 2012 until late 2016, there was so much knowledge to glean that I could use to help me from day to day.
I scored countless websites, read scholarly journals, watched Youtube videos, listened to podcasts and flipped through pages of good old fashioned books. Now, I've decided to share what I'm reading in order to connect with other millennial moms who are concerned with social issues, finances, building a family, continuing their impact from generation to generation, health, spiritual growth, delving into the history of various women, and other complex subjects.
My Current Reading List:
- Awakening The Natural Genius of Black Children by Amos Wilson
- The Baby Business by Debora L. Spar
- The Feminine Face of God by Sherry Ruth Anderson and Patricia Hopkins
- Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now by Maya Angelou
I will write about a variety of books, both new and old. The subject matter will mostly be about things I think about as a mom. Although I try to keep up with contemporary ideas, I love history. Since this is a nonfiction book blog, I think reading some older books is necessary.
The plan is to officially begin blogging frequently in December 2017 but I may add a write up or two before then. I am homeschooling two children (July through May) and chasing around a toddler, but if I can squeeze in some time on my schedule before December, I will do so.
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