Non-Fiction Books on My Reading List

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Non-Fiction Books

It’s so easy to read a good fiction book. It’s entertaining and relaxing. It’s just plain easy reading.

But truth be told, fiction is not typically very beneficial. It doesn’t improve my life or help me to grow.

Does that mean that reading fiction is wrong? I don’t think so. But this year I’m purposing to read some non-fiction books that will help me to be a better wife, mom, homemaker, and Christian.

Non-Fiction Books on My Reading List
1

Paperless Home Organization: How to Create A Digital Home Management Binder

I first read this book and began implementing the paperless organization tips about a year ago. However, I never got beyond the first few baby steps.

This year I’ve already re-read the book and made tremendous progress in going paperless. It’s made a huge difference for me, both in dealing with paper and in becoming more organized. Highly recommended!

2

Say Goodbye to Survival Mode: 9 Simple Strategies to Stress Less, Sleep More, and Restore Your Passion for Life

I actually pre-ordered this book by Crystal Paine, knowing that it would be very beneficial to me as a busy homeschool mom. I’m looking forward to reading this one soon!

3

Tell Your Time: How to Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Free

I’ve read this book once before, and it is truly an excellent resource for learning better time management skills. I’m certain I’ll benefit from reading it again.

4

21 Days To A More Disciplined Life

Another book by Crystal Paine. Her discipline, focus, and generosity inspire me in so many ways! Looking forward to this one.

6

Blog at Home Mom: Balancing Blogging and Motherhood

I’m always seeking to keep my priorities in order, and this book will be especially helpful for me as I balance blogging with the rest of my life.

7

The Christian’s Secret to a Happy Life

I read this book as a teenager and found it very helpful. I am looking forward to re-reading it and benefiting from it again.

8

The 4 Seasons of Marriage: Secrets to a Lasting Marriage

This one is new to me. I actually downloaded the Kindle version when it was available for free. (You all know how much I love free Kindle books!)

9

Shepherding a Child’s Heart

This book was given to my husband and me by some special friends in our church several years ago. Time to go through it again!

10

The 5 Love Languages of Children

I’ve not read this book before, but I felt like I could really benefit from understanding the different “love languages” of children.

11

The Five Love Languages of Teenagers: The Secret to Loving Teens Effectively

Another book that I’ve not read. I’m certain that I’ll learn a lot from this one!

12

What the Bible Says About Healthy Living: 3 Principles that Will Change Your Diet and Improve Your Health

I bought this book a while back and read through most of it. There were so many things that I found thought-provoking–definitely worth re-reading this year!

What’s on YOUR reading list?

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