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What I'm Reading in May

How to Keep House While Drowning

By KC Davis, LPC

This book has been on my "to be read" shelf since August 2021 - it made me cry when I first tried to read it because it was too relatable (if that makes any sense).

I have a lot of negative feelings related to housework and how I manage it (or rather, cannot get it under control) and would love to re-frame my perspective and have more mental peace about my home.


Color, Form, and Magic

By Nicole Pivirotto

This book is super pretty and I can't wait to crack it open. As a self-proclaimed baby witch of the eclectic variety ("feels right? roll with it" is my practice) who has a day job as a marketing coordinator, it's pretty cool to find a book that brings these two aspects of my personality together.


Dress Code: Unlocking Fashion from the New Look to Millenial Pink

By Veronique Hyland

I have always been fascinated by the way individuals define their style - I am currently in the process of getting rid of things I don't love to wear, and it just feels right to dive in and try to understand why I even own stuff from trends I never even liked!


Set Boundaries, Find Peace: A Guide to Reclaiming Yourself

by Nedra Glover Tawwab

Guess who has ungodly unhealthy boundaries in most parts of their life? This girl!

All jokes aside - I see that this is not serving me, and am actively trying to figure out what my boundaries are and how to get started implementing them.

Keep an eye out for reviews of these books!

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