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From Felecia Efriann

Colossians 3:17 
"And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him."

October Reads

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This fall plans change up a little bit, I’m back in grad school after taking a three month break, that I originally expected to be a semester break. What I’m reading has shifted a bit. In the month of October, I did not read too much outside of assigned reading. I listened to a few books, and started reading a few others. Here’s the list:

The Heart of Change, This book was assigned reading and it was one I would recommend other read. It talks about the process of change and managing change in an organization and company.

The Minimalist Home, A book I had the opportunity to review. I like the idea of minimalism, but don’t see myself fully embracing it. However, after reading this book I had the motivation to tackle some organizational things in the home.

Crash the Chatterbox, this book is great in learning how to handle the chatter that often goes on in one’s head throughout the day. The negative and degrading talk that one speaks over oneself, it helps in learning to manage it and change the way you address the chatter in one’s head.

Simplified Life, I heard about this book at Business Boutique, and I took some time to look into it. It isn’t to the extreme of being a minimalist, it focuses on enjoying day to day life and finding balance between work and home. There are tips about have to manage practical life things. There is also a really cool planner, I would recommend if you want a simple planner, that’s easy to keep up with.

Business Boutique, I haven’t finished this book. I got it while at the Business Boutique conference, and I look forward to digging into it during winter break, possibly.

Remember God, This book I enjoyed and made me cry cause I understand the struggle personally, that Annie talks about in the book. It was challenge for me, and a peace giving and freeing read, reminding me that there is so much in life to be grateful for.

Felecia Efriann