From time to time, I recommend books to read.
Honestly, it is likely more than from time to time.
Reading is as much a part of my day as breathing and coffee and empowering women to thrive.
I put all links here as part of my affiliation with Amazon, which gives a tiny, tiny percentage to me if you purchase one of these links. Your contributions to my Amazon gift card simply means I have more books to recommend to you. It’s a beautiful pay-it-forward initiative.
I will be updating this page in coming weeks to reflect my diverse library so stay tuned for that soon.
I am often asked about what planner I use. While I believe that just about any planner can work for you with the right planning strategies and skills, I do love the Law of Attraction Planner — which is closely tied to the Passion Planner. The Law of Attraction Planner has spaces for visioning and goal setting but does lack space for daily list making, which is definitely a weakness.
A peaceful, abundant life
by Shawn Fink. Of course I should start our my favorite books list with my own! Not just because I put so much heart and soul into it but because almost daily I have people saying to me what a gift this book has been to their lives. I am so honored and grateful for every woman who picks it up and reads it or who gifts it to a friend. Thank you. l
by Sarah Van Breathnach. This book has been the heart and soul of my life for two years. I can’t recommend it enough.
by Patti Digh. Fun book!
by Patti Digh. Easy and lovely to look at.
By Thich Nhat Hanh — The book that centers me every single time I pick it up and read it.
by Katrina Kenison. This is just a fun, slow-down kind of read.
by my wise friend Karen Maezen Miller. She just gets this whole mothering thing.
by Christina Rosalie (read it, love it and will read it again) (affiliate link). Rosalie is a phenomenal writer and storyteller.
by the amazing and inspiring feminist Avital Norman Nathman
by Rachel Macy Stafford.
by Dr. Shefali Tsabary — Sometimes, I look at my older twin daughter and see nothing but myself. This book opened my eyes to that. For all that she does to push my buttons, she is simply my mirror image at times.
Fire Child, Water Child: How Understanding the Five Types of ADHD Can Help You Improve Your Child’s Self-Esteem and Attention
by Stephen Scott Cowan, MD
by Adele Faber — I always re-read this one because I’m forever finding myself in a situation when I’ve said the wrong thing, or said too much, or can’t get the kids to get their pajamas on, etc. etc. etc.
The Me, Me, Me Epidemic: A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising Capable, Grateful Kids in an Over-Entitled World
by Amy McCready — THIS book is amazing if you have a child that seems to constantly demand things from you – or who is hard to reign in with typical behavior management. I wish I read it 5 years ago or my house would be so different right now. Nonetheless, implementing it all now has been a huge relief. No more battles of backtalk. No more issues over screens or how to spend money.
Of course, my book Savoring Slow … as well as:
by Bernadette Noll
by Christine Koh and Asha Dornfest
Simplicity Parenting: Using the Extraordinary Power of Less to Raise Calmer, Happier, and More Secure Kids
by Kim John Payne
by Amanda Blake Soule and Stephen Soule