The Daily Question My Five-Year Spiritual Journal by WaterBrook

9780735290815One of the best journals I have read to think and connect your spiritual well being. This daily journal prompts you to record what is happening in your heart and spirit. The short questions at the top of each page are quick to answer and help you to connect to want you want out of life and to understand and relate what happens to as a bigger part of the picture.

 

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The Daily Question My Five-Year Spiritual Journal by WaterBrook

Book Club: My Rad Life by Written by Kate Schatz

This book show cases how to rad women can be. It features quotes and inspirational sayings to encourage you to be like the A list, record breaking women in history. This book shows you that you can be as clever as Beyonce and look in the mirror and see that you can run your own world . I love that this book shows that you can write down your thoughts and dreams and go after them. The book also list women who have changed the world throughout history.

 

I would give this book a 5/5

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Book Club: My Rad Life by Written by Kate Schatz

Book Club: The Only Negotiating Guide You’ll Ever Need by Peter B. Stark and Jane Flaherty

Everyone need to read this book! I never been good at negotiating but I have learned no matter what field of business you are in you need to learn how to negotiate. This book shows you how to boost your confidence and understand difference kinds of personality to better gel you negotiate. Everyone you negotiate with is going to be different. Not to spoil the book but the book is easy to follow and easy to understand the tactics of being a better negotiator.

Book available: wherever books are sold.

Rating 4.5/5

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Book Club: The Only Negotiating Guide You’ll Ever Need by Peter B. Stark and Jane Flaherty

Book Club: The New American Heart Association Cookbook, 9th Edition

This cookbook is perfect for anyone who has heart problems or needs to focus on heart health. There are a variety of recipes that can fit every taste. The instructions are simple to follow and easy to understand.  I personally don’t have any heart issues but several people in my family do I’m thankful that the American Heart Association has a cookbook that is geared toward them and their special needs.  Only down side to this cookbook is now picture. I  personally love pictures to know if I got my recipe close to the same recipes that the author of chef of the book created. All in all I would give this cookbook a 5/5.

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Book Club: The New American Heart Association Cookbook, 9th Edition

Book Club: He Calls You Beautiful by Dee Brestin

One of the best books I have read in a long time. Dee Brestin uses the bible to show you that God loves you no matter what and how you see how God cares for you through the bible.  I haven’t read a christian book in awhile but after reading He Calls You Beautiful I feel more contacted to my faith and have a deeper understand and relationship with God. I think everyone who reads it will take away something different. Highly recommend this book to anyone who needs a little pick me up in their life. You have a better outlook on life.

Available on July 11 on all online retailers such Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

My Review: ♥♥♥♥♥

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Book Club: He Calls You Beautiful by Dee Brestin

Book Club: Foundations of Drawing by Al Gury

 

Great book for beginner and new artist to learn the basics of creating art. The author tries to introduce the reader to different ways to create art by using different mediums. The book does go into detail on the technical aspect of drawing for the reader. The author explaining different techniques and proving tips to help the reader create their own masterpiece. However, the book doesn’t provide a lot of step by step illustrations or tips for the reader to follow it more of a suggestion book to get you started on your path in the world of art by showing different tips, mediums and skills that other artists use. I would recommend this book for someone who has some drawing experience but wants to learn more.

 

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My Rating: ♥♥♥

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Book Club: Foundations of Drawing by Al Gury

Book Club: Boss Bitch by Nicole Lapin

It commonly know that women in business are normally known as bitches. Boss bitch puts a spin on the world and shows readers that you can take your life in to your own hands and become a “boss bitch” you don’t need hundreds of employees to be a boss all you need is yourself. Nicole Lapin shares her own store of how she became a financial expert and serial entrepreneur on her own. Lapin also shows that you have to go to business school to own your own business. That studying business don’t really teach you the real life skills you need to run a business. She breaks it down in 12 easy stepson on you can embrace your own business plan and expand your skill set to achiever your goals. A must read for any women who wants to own her career and become her own boss.

My Rating:♥♥♥♥♥
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Book Club: Boss Bitch by Nicole Lapin