We Marched…Now What?

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The Women’s March on Washington was a huge success! While it is nice to march, it is important to think about what to do after the march. I’ve rounded up a few books that I think would be perfect to read as you are looking to take action on the issues that led you to march.

A reading list for putting the march into practice.

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Books to Grow Your Faith in 2017

For my final books to help with your resolutions post, I wanted to talk about books to grow your faith. (If you’re looking for books to help you get organized or books to help you focus on your health, I covered those too!)

Now I know faith isn’t something that I talk about a lot on this blog, but it is something that I’ve been grappling with over the past few years. Since one of my own resolutions is to grow my faith, I thought I would share some resources on the topic.

Books to Grow Your Faith in 2017

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5 Books For a Healthier 2017

Ah…tis the season to make resolutions! As part of mine, I’m going to start this little blog back up. This week I’ll be sharing some books that should help as you embark on your own resolutions. First up….

5 books to read if you resolved to live more healthily in 2017

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne & John Tiffany

Rating: 4/5

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Warning: this review contains mild spoilers! The plot is very broadly outlined below but I have tried to keep what I believe to be the major reveals a secret. 

While certainly a different medium, Rowling’s latest work retains the magic of the original series.

Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy serve as our teenage guides to Hogwarts this time around. Just like their fathers before them, they have more passion than sense. When they hear of an injustice, the two unlikely friends use any means necessary to right the wrong.

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