When I wrote Gathering Great Goals for 2020 last month, my first resolution for the new year (2020) was to read one grown-up book per month. This is quite a lofty goal for me, because last year I succeeded in reading only one book that didn’t fit into the Children’s Literature genre, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo￼.
I’m on track with my goal and finished The Lifegiving Home: Creating a Place of Belonging and Becoming by Sally & Sarah Clarkson in January. Here’s a quote from the book that sums up the theme and content.
The point of home is to be a refuge for the soul, a place where beauty can be encountered, truth told, goodness touched and known.￼ (pg. 181)
Now, it’s February and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. I’ve got love on my mind. This month I’m going to try and read The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell.
📚 If anyone wants to join me in reading this book please do so. I’d love to hear your thoughts about the book in the comments below!
📚 Have you read any of The Five Love Languages books by Gary Chapman? If so, what did you think?