I’m generally in the middle age era of my life and it feels like it arrived in the blink of an eye. One moment I was in grade school, next dealing with the dramas of high and next thing I know I’m feeling old. Funny thing is I don’t look my age thanks to not wearing much makeup and not being a fan of sunbathing. Needless to say reading a book about aging without getting old sounds just right for me.
In Joyce Meyer’s newest upcoming book she delves into the topic of aging and the ways in which she’s come to terms with getting older. She provides stories from her own life and offers Biblical encouragement. At the end of each chapter is a quote by an anonymous person on wisdom they want to offer.
I may be considered too young for this particular title, but actually I think I’m just right for it, or gasp a little behind on needing it. This book makes you think over your life and the choices you’ve made and are making. This book helps encourage me to want to live a long life. That’s why I love talking with elderly people. They offer wisdom from living a long full life.
I received my complimentary copy of How To Age Without Getting Old by Joyce Meyer from Faith Words. The views are my own and my choice. If you are a fan of Joyce Meyer or are just hearing about her I highly recommend this little volume.
Who doesn’t love a beautiful journal? I sure do and am a sucker for journals from Tuesday Morning or Ross. When I got asked if I’d like to review a journal and Joyce Meyer was involved I couldn’t say, “Yes, please, ” fast enough. This journal has pretty colored pages with blues, greens and pinks. Joyce Meyer imparts different messages on each page; topics ranging from faith, fear, confidence, trust, the Holy Spirit and Christ.
I think this journal would make a wonderful prayer journal, to write out your prayers to God. It’s a slim volume, so you don’t have to feel intimidated by it being too thick.
I received this complimentary journal from Faith Words. The views expressed are mine and my choice. Be sure to grab a copy this spring. This journal would make a lovely Easter or birthday gift for a friend, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, etc.
Dating in this day and age is plain weird. If you are a Christian woman wading through the different dating apps out there, trying to figure out how do they work, are there any good men left, then this short book may be just right for you. If you aren’t straight, then this book isn’t written for you in mind, but the different nuggets within this book’s pages just may help you as well (just substitute gender, etc.).
The author goes through the joys, pitfalls and lessons she’s learned through online dating. Each section tackles a different topic. If you aren’t sure how to compose a profile, then Miss Starbuck will give you examples and also, provide examples of things not to put in your profile. She does interject some faith points throughout her book and quotes by different people. The author also, tackles ways to detect fake profiles and how to be savvy with friend zoning dates that don’t make the potential forever cut.
I was expecting this book to be more heavy on the faith aspect, but honestly it was more faith light. One of the quotes given at the start of a chapter was by Marianne Williamson, which surprised me since she promotes A Course In Miracles. But I know a lot of believers are more progressive than traditional. I can relate to that.
I received my complimentary copy of The Grown Woman’s Guide To Online Dating by Margot Starbuck from Thomas Nelson, care of TLC Book Tours. The views are mine and my own choice.
For little kids emotions can be overwhelming and seem to appear left and right, making you feel like you are on a roller coaster. This little picture book talks briefly about the range of emotions you might have: happy, sad, angry or proud. It would be a nice beginner book for a small child.
The drawings in this children’s book are adorable, simple, colorful and expressive. I think this book would make a great addition to your child’s book collection. I received a complimentary digital copy of How Do I Feel from DK Children’s Books from NetGalley. The views are mine and of my own choice.
Who can’t help, but smile seeing a sun with a big grin on its cartoon face? This delightful children’s book on the subject of being happy is too, sweet not to share with your child, niece, nephew or grandchild. I like the optimism of this cute picture book. Many different things can make us happy, but even when there isn’t we can rest assured something else will pop up in our life to make us happy.
The drawings in this children’s book are adorable, simple, colorful and expressive. I think this book would make a great addition to your child’s book collection. I received a complimentary digital copy of I Feel Happy from DK Children’s Books from NetGalley. The views are mine and of my own choice.
Does your child struggle with anger? Does your child have a temper? This little picture book of a fireball learning about anger is just the book you need. This short book explains how anger can be positive, but also, a negative emotion if used for the wrong reasons. I think the author shows some great examples of how our body responds to an emotion like anger. I thought I liked the Star in this DK Children’s Book series, but the little fireball takes the cake.
The drawings in this children’s book are adorable, simple, colorful and expressive. I think this book would make a great addition to your child’s book collection. I received a complimentary digital copy of I Feel Angry from DK Children’s Books from NetGalley. The views are mine and of my own choice.
Being proud is an emotion that gets a bad rep. This little children’s book by DK is a short overview of what pride is when it’s used in a positive way and what it can be when used in a negative way. The little star character is cute and the examples of the forms of pride are varied. If you need an easy to understand book for your child this would make a great choice.
The drawings in this children’s book are adorable, simple, colorful and expressive. I think this book would make a great addition to your child’s book collection. I received a complimentary digital copy of I Feel Proud from DK Children’s Books from NetGalley. The views are mine and of my own choice.
Are you searching for a cute picture book for your child that helps explains what sad feelings are and how to deal with them? If so, DK Books has a short picture book for kids that has cute cartoons of little gray clouds that experience sadness for different reasons, but at the end of the book you get to see that sadness does pass and there is something even better at the end.
The drawings in this children’s book are adorable, simple, colorful and expressive. I think this book would make a great addition to your child’s book collection. I received a complimentary digital copy of I Feel Sad from DK Children’s Books from NetGalley. The views are mine and of my own choice.
I mean to start meditating, but of course it’s the starting that’s a tad challenge. This little book of different meditations geared for little kids between ages 4-8 is the perfect starter for kids and adults. The 40 different exercises are unique, fun, silly and yet serious at times. Each meditation comes with cute artwork to help you visualize that particular meditation.
If you need to break out your creative, little kid side then I recommend this book. As adults we are focusing on being serious so much of the time we forget to know how to play and let go of our adult stresses. I think my favorite meditation in this book is the one on the topic of anger where you pretend to throw down potatoes that are too, hot (think of the game hot potato as a kid) then stomp on them to turn them into mashed potatoes.
I received my complimentary copy of Meditation For Kids by Tejal Patel from Rockridge Press, care of Callisto Publisher’s Club. The views are mine and of my own choice. Even though I’m an adult with no children I find these books on meditation for kids is perfect for those of us late to the meditation lifestyle. Simple doesn’t mean dumbed down. Go grab a copy to begin your meditation journey.
Empathy is a trait you learn by example. In, What Is Empathy, best friends Ava and Sofia learn what empathy is when Sofia has to move away from Ava. With that life change Ava makes a new friend, but this new friend wants to hog their friendship, so Sophia is left out. Will Ava and Sofia make amends? This story is told from both their perspectives.
This middle grade book brought up my own memories of being bullied in elementary school. If bullying is a trigger for you, as an adult, then you may want to tread gently. Even though it is a simple book for kids on what empathy is and how they can reflect it in their lives, the examples of bullying in the story are realistic.
It’s strange how you can recall incidents as if it happened yesterday. I recall as a kindergartener/1st grader the older kids would pick me up and not put me down when I nicely asked. I was small for my age. One time I visited my old school the other kids thought I was there to visit the Kindergarten class. Another time in second grade an older boy almost beat me up at school, but the kid whose grandmother’s house I stayed at after school rescued me. Even in junior high I got asked why I didn’t shave yet. I was 12. Calm down. Needless to say kids and teens can bullies.
I received my complimentary copy of What Is Empathy by Amanda Morin and John Joseph from Rockridge Press, care of Callisto Publisher’s Club. The views are mine and of my own choice. This picture book is a great book to add to your child’s school classroom or personal home library. It makes a great conversation starter and I’d say it affective for any age group, young or old.