Audiobook Review Dump Volume 1

You know how there is that trend on instagram of doing photo dumps? Where you put photos that you haven’t yet posted but don’t really have a logical place for them? So, you just dump them all in one spot. I thought I could utilize that concept with my audiobook reviews. I had quite a […]

Three Pianos: A Memoir by Andrew McMahon | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Three Pianos: A Memoir by Andrew McMahon? When I was a teenager, during the dark ages, I had my emo phase. One of the bands I was obsessed with was Something Corporate. Their music just spoke to me, even though I had no life experience. I have been privileged enough […]

Capital Dames by Cokie Roberts | Book Review

Last summer one of my biggest reading accomplishments was reading Capital Dames by Cokie Roberts. As much as I love history and women’s history in particular - Capital Dames was a little bit out of my wheelhouse. After all, I do not prioritize reading non-fiction as much as I would like to. Don’t get me wrong, I […]

Laundry Love by Patric Richardson with Karin B. Miller | Book Review

Who knew that reading a book would inspire me to get up and do my laundry? Laundry Love: Finding Joy In A Common Chore by Patric Richardson with Karin B. Miller was a delightful read. I am so glad that I picked it up after seeing it featured on Modern Mrs. Darcy. This book helped me […]

5 Audiobooks Under 5 Hours

If you are new to trying audiobooks, a short listen might be right up your alley. These 5 audiobooks under 5 hours long are not a huge time commitment. I think of it as being a taste of the wonderful world of audiobooks. They are a way to ease into listening to books. And honestly, […]

Meet The Frugalwoods by Elizabeth Willard Thames | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Meet The Frugalwoods by Elizabeth Willard Thames? I have read the Frugalwoods blog for years. You see, I like reading about personal finance and about being frugal. Do I believe that skipping a latte will make me set for retirement? No. However, I do think that cutting back in certain […]