Amazon’s Prime Day starts tonight (July 10th) at 6pm EST and continues for the next 30 hours. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may be familiar with some of the products below. In fact, I wasn’t planning on writing this post until I realized how many of my favorite things made it to Prime Day.
Summer and books go hand in hand, along with pools, beaches, and barbeques. I’ve compiled a list of 44 books from A to Z, most of them published within the last five years, and more importantly, with an average of 4 to 5 stars on Amazon and GoodReads. Like I’ve said before, I love to research and I do it, so you don’t have to. Whether you
We are up to book number 6 for the Virtual Book Club. If you’re just joining us, welcome. Feel free to read some of our past book club discussions. You can always join the conversation at any time. Our newest selection is The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah The book is 448 pages. Note: As an Amazon associate, I may receive a small fee if you
What I missed most when I moved to the suburbs was the walking. Sure, it wasn’t fun when I lived in the city and had to push a double stroller during a rainstorm or carry heavy grocery bags home. But, even on days when I couldn’t make it to the gym, I got a ton of exercise. I regularly reached 16,000 steps on my FitBit
Who’s ready for book number 5 of the My Purse Strings Virtual Book Club? Our newest selection is Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng The book is 352 pages. Note: As an Amazon associate, I may receive a small fee if you make a purchase through one of my links. While you don’t have to purchase the book through one of these links, I truly appreciate
The first time I heard about an electric bike, I’m sure I rolled my eyes. Why would someone need an electric bike? Who Uses Electric Bikes? Nearly everyone could benefit from an electric bike including: commuters students anyone trying to reduce their carbon footprint the elderly those with physical limitations those living in hilly areas someone trying to keep up with more skilled riders those
Have you read Educated? It’s a memoir by Tara Westover and in this case, truth really is stranger than fiction. This woman defies all odds, leaving her sheltered life behind where formal education was one of many things she was denied, to graduate Cambridge with a Ph.D. Join our Virtual Book Club or use these discussion questions with your own book club.
Gold is making a comeback. And, I can’t get enough. This coming from the girl who despised yellow gold in the 8o’s and 90’s. Rose gold has earned a special place in my heart. I’m not the only one. From office supplies to electronics to iPhones to engagement rings, you can find rose gold gifts at any price point. Just remember, a pop of rose gold
I can’t believe it’s already time to announce the third book selection for our Virtual Book Club: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones. The book is 320 pages. Note: As an Amazon associate, I may receive a small fee if you make a purchase through one of my links. I first learned about this book prior to its release in February and immediately decided that it