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  1. Rena says:

    Your tips are true and helpful. Thanks for sharing!
    And I’m an non-fiction lover btw 🙂
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    Posted Sep. 4, 2018 | Reply
  2. This is a really nice post! I’d love to try any of these books – perhaps not the last, though, since I’m not quite a parent yet, haha – just to explore further into the concepts. Thank you for sharing! ❤️

    I’m totally a fiction girl!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Posted Sep. 4, 2018 | Reply
  3. Love this post. I need to read some of those books.

    Posted Sep. 4, 2018 | Reply
  4. Braving the wilderness is one of my all time favorites!


    Posted Sep. 4, 2018 | Reply
  5. Rach says:

    Thank you for sharing this Amanda1 I definitely value courage. Courage is what gets me through every single day. Book 4 resonates with me the best. I’ve learned that we have to love what it is and versus what we think it should be. There’s a lot of beauty in life even in the darkest moments and tragedy.

    Posted Sep. 4, 2018 | Reply
  6. M. Hiller says:

    It’s so fun to hear about all the positive changes you are making in your life. For me, courage has been to forgive all the ward girls for treating me less than equal for so many years…even now. I’ve spent so much time obsessing over what I could have done differently, or figure out what was wrong with me. I may never know why, but it doesn’t matter. Through a lot of prayer and growing up, I’ve had the courage to find out who I really am and know that I will teach my children to never treat people the way I was treated. Kindness matters. I gave so much power over to other people to give me a sense of self worth and I’m grateful now for the knowledge that I have gained.

    Posted Sep. 7, 2018 | Reply
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