June was a good month for me in terms of my goal for 2016 of reading 25 books this year! I’ve been looking forward to this month’s Reading Wednesday with Stephanie from Wife, Mommy, Me. This series has been a great way to keep track of what I’ve been reading and to get new inspiration from you all for books I should be adding to my to-read list.
This month I actually finished four books:
Failing Forward by John C. Maxwell
This book has been helping me adjust my mindset and start seeing my failures as more than disasters or set-backs, but as learning opportunities. There are so many nuggets of guidance and information in this book, that I would encourage everyone to read this book.
The Miracle Morning for Network Marketers by Hal Elrod and Pat Petrini
I listened to this as the follow-up book from last month’s The Miracle Morning. The new information that the authors added definitely made the book worth reading (well, listening to for me), but I would suggest that anyone interested in this book read the original The Miracle Morning first, because the original book went into more detail and gave more guidance about The Miracle Morning processes.
1-2-3 Magic by Thomas Phelan
We’ve really been working on implementing what we learned from reading 1-2-3 Magic this month. While we’re still learning and still working on our consistency, 1-2-3 Magic has shown us a way to enforce what we’re telling #babyD with understandable consequences for the toddler that he is. We are still learning, but I think that what we’re doing is working.
The Travelers by Chris Pavone
I felt that this book started a little slowly with all of the backstory that the author added, however, once I got into the story, I did find the book difficult to put down. The action and story kept my attention and the book was easy to read. I would recommend this as a good summer book for those who like action, adventure, or spy novels. Also, the author left the ending hanging enough that I’m looking forward to the sequel.
(I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review)
So, what did you read this month? Did you enjoy it? Would you suggest that I add it to my to-read list for the next several months? Link up below so we can check out your reviews!