Settling into nature and getting lost in a book is something I don't do often enough. Reading is a lost art really. Do you read? Often? I am always reading about 3-4 books at once.....not necessarily in nature (aka Chicago's been quite cold).
I tend to read non-fiction, memoirs & anything health/wellness/social and/or environmental justice related. I also appreciate a hearty autobiographical tale typically of the 'underdog rising' theme.
Reading brings a wealth of education & knowledge every time you turn a page. If you are someone who must to be intellectually stimulated (aka like yours truly) or someone who simply 'needs' to broaden your mind (aka yours truly), then carve out time for a good book. It'll wet your appetite enough to create a small fire in you.
Here is what I am currently reading. And some of my past favorites. You can click on any of the books, magazines or articles to head straight over to read it's description:
WELLth by Jason Wachob
Conscious Company (*The only magazine I read)
Breaking Free by Beth Moore
Storyline Blog by Donald Miller
She Reads Truth
Some of my All-Time-Favorites:
Glass Castle by by Jeannette Walls
Same Kind of Different as Me, by Denver Moore, Lynn Vincent, and Ron Hall
Wild at Heart (Ladies, this is written for men but if you want to understand that man in your life, I highly recommend this) by John Eldridge
Anything by Jennie Allen
Gideon by Priscilla Shirer
“Books can be dangerous. The best ones should be labeled ‘This could change your life.’” –Helen Exley
Created and curated by Kelly, Snapshots of Wellness encourages all of you to cultivate your 'joie de vivre': Compassion for Animals via food, style & lifestyle.