Women Food and God, Geneen Roth
A wonderful read, describing the intertwining, often complicated relationships that women have with food and God.
The Wisdom of Sundays, Oprah Winfrey
I plan to keep this book of bite-sized inspirational stories and conversations on my coffee table.
The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo, Amy Schumer
I picked this one up just for fun, but I was surprised to find myself moved by her tenderness and poignant stories about her loved ones. I’m a fan of her authenticity and courage.
Younger, Sara Gottfried, M.D.
I had many take-aways from this health-related book, included a renewed commitment to Yoga, green tea, nuts, and time in the sauna. I’m also inspired to branch out to try oil pulling, bone broth, turmeric, kimchi & kimbucha, and collagen protein.
The Highly Sensitive Child, Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D.
I picked up this book with a particular child in mind, but my thoughts expanded to many more as I learned about this trait that impacts roughly 20% of the population. Thought-provoking, and I want to learn more. The Highly Sensitive Person is next on my reading list.