That being said, I still think reading is important and there are a lot of ideas and thoughts out there that I'd like to be privy to... so read I must.
Here's what's on my bookshelf to accomplish this year.
# Counter Culture by David Platt - With how the world is reacting over every hot topic issue and I see more and more Christians adding to the problem, I'm curious for Platt's insight on how to respond to such things.
# For The Love by Jen Hatmaker - I mean, the tagline explains it all - "Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards" - who isn't curious how to do that? This world be stressful and judgmental and those are things I'd like to shake off sooner than later.
# A Meal with Jesus by Tim Chester - I've wanted to read this book for years honestly, but have just never committed the time to sit down a read it. It's literally talking about my love language - building community by feeding people. Holla.
# Yes Please by Amy Poehler - Most people know that Amy Poehler is my girl crush and that I think she is one of the most genuinely funny people on screen. I started this book and stopped before the holidays, so I'm excited to pick it back up and laugh with her.
# You and Me Forever by Francis Chan - This is also a book that got started and stopped this fall and I'm jonesin to get back into it. It's one of the best 'marriage books' that I've ever read.
# Multiply by Francis Chan - I read a few chapters of this a few years ago (are you noticing the trend of my life?), so I want to start from the beginning and read it again.
# Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling - I also just think this lady is refreshingly funny and loved her first book, so why not her second? I'm actually almost done with this one because I got it for free on Audible!
This may seem like a short list for a full year, but for me this will be a huge accomplishment if I finish them all. Like for reals.
What's on your reading list for this year? or month? or week?