After reading Money Saving Mom’s reading list for 2012, I was inspired to make my own reading list. Now, I’m not going to commit myself to reading two books per month. Now is just not the time for me to put that kind of pressure on myself. There may be months I only get through one book, and there may be months I can get through three or four.
So, I decided to make a list of books I would really like to read this year. Some of these books I’ll be able to get at my library, and some of these books I will have to purchase.
I have a variety of ebooks and paper books that I want to tackle this year. Each book will hopefully help me learn a little bit and grow more as a person. I’m going to dive into some more real food books, some homeschooling books, and just some good, Christian books.
Without further ado, here is my reading list for 2012!
So, that’s my list this year. I want to read a lot of homesteading books because the subject fascinates me and one day I’d like to be a lot more self-sufficient.
What’s on your reading list?
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