Book Review: Rhythms of Rest by Shelly Miller

I found this particular book very interesting, that there is actually a book encouraging the Sabbath. Having grown up in a Seventh-day Advenist household, the Sabbath is nothing new to me. That is the day where you rested and you didn’t go to work. Instead you worshipped and fellowshipped with others. Growing up, we didn’t … More Book Review: Rhythms of Rest by Shelly Miller

Book Review: Nourishing Meals by Alissa Segersten & Tom Maleterre

This book has to be one in the category of one of my great, favorite cookbooks. Who would have every thought that a recipe that encourages healthy eating, would have so many great recipes! The book itself is described as having gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free dieshes. It contains 365 whole foods, allergy-free recipes for meal time. … More Book Review: Nourishing Meals by Alissa Segersten & Tom Maleterre

Book Review: The Ship to Nowhere by Rona Arato

This was a well written book for a young reader interested in reading about history. Although I’m not classified any longer in the “young reader” status, I still enjoyed reading it. I started reading books as a young reader and often remember reading books on the holocaust. This book was well written and kept me interested … More Book Review: The Ship to Nowhere by Rona Arato