Bookshelf, As Of Late

Aug 14, 2019

How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen - read whilst taking copious notes that I refer to, daily. No exaggeration.

Seven Days of Us - quick, slightly predictable read where I laughed, cried and prayed I'd never experience true quarantine.

I Owe You One - latest from Sophie Kinsella that did not disappoint.

I Mom So Hard - sobbed like a baby, laughed until I cried.  Can't recommend enough.

Celebrate - thoughtful guide to every type of celebration.

Nine Perfect Strangers - quirky novel. While not my favorite, I had to know how it ended, and in tru Liane form, the characters are developed beautifully.

Queer Eye - gorgeously depicted stories of the Fab Five. Have tissues handy, honey.

Verity - Twisted and maniacal. Couldn't put down.

Together: Our Community Cookbook - the theme of last month's cookbook club with scads of approachable recipes I've reached for on the regular.

Next Level Basic - Witty, easy read on living your truth, whatever that may be.  With tons of Vanderpump Rule references, obviously.

Who Moved My Cheese - speed easy read as it relates to not only business, but overall outlook.

True Roots - I've mentioned this before and it deserves another mention. Stocked with tons of easy, whole food recipes that the entire family loves and makes me feel good serving.

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