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Reading with a Kindle, Emma, & Booking It in May

Are you Booking It this year? Yesterday we discussed the “assigned” reading of the month, Finding Your Purpose as a Mom. Today we’re sharing all the reading we’ve done over the last month. Sometime last month I received an email to complete a survey with the chance to win a Kindle. I have no idea what […]

Booking It On Your Own

This week on LifeasMOM is all about Loving Life — finding ways to help each of us enjoy life a little more. And one way to enjoy life more is to READ. Yesterday, we talked about The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. It was the first of the Eleven List, the assigned reading that we’re going through […]

Booking It with The Happiness Project

Are ya Booking It this year? If you’re just now joining us, let me explain. Booking It is an online reading program designed to get you reading. This online book club features flexibility for those who want to do their own thing as well as “assigned reading” for those who prefer a little more structure. […]

Family Novels You Don’t Mind Reading Over & Over & Over

Photo Source Seems we are constantly running out of books to read at our house. Despite the fact that we regularly have 100+ resources checked out from the library at any one time. Yes, yes, we do. So I’m thankful for those novels that are so good you don’t mind reading again — and again. […]

Booking It! The July Update

I’m hanging my head in shame this month. There’s just been so much going on that I haven’t been “booking it” as much as I thought I would. I started two books that I didn’t finish before they were due back at the library. I enjoyed the first third of My Life in France by […]

Father’s Day Gift Idea: 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back

About four years ago my husband was diagnosed with a bulging disk. I was pregnant with FishChick at the time, and it was a scary time watching him practically paralysed with pain. Thankfully, treatment, time, and exercise put him back in the swing of things. And he’s had a respite from debilitating pain for about three […]

Booking It: The May Update

I have been updating my original reading goals for the year. You all have supplied such great book suggestions that I have to add them. I think I’ve found some kindred spirits amongst those who link up or comment each month and share their good reads. Thank you! I don’t know a lot about these […]

Real Food on a Real Budget: A Giveaway

If you’ve been reading here awhile, you know that I am currently on a mission to healthify my family’s diet as well as keep our grocery budget low. This is no small feat! We currently spend $500-600 a month to feed our family of 8. A lot of this is thanks to couponing and cooking […]