Hello Mornings by Kat Lee

I am not usually a morning person, but I have realized that for most Christians, they try to get their quiet time in during the mornings. I have always been under the impression that getting quiet time in no matter what time of the day was the only thing that was important, but after reading Hello Mornings by Kat Lee, I have started to change my outlook on this and have been working towards having my quiet time in the morning instead of late in the evening.
Kat Lee is the creator of Hello Mornings online community. She has been encouraging women to cultivate a time with God where they can connect and grow their relationship. She has now taken those same inspirational words that she has for her online community and placed them in a book that will encourage women to work harder towards carving out the space in your very busy day for a time to connect with God.

I am usually not too impressed with books along this line, because they can make me feel like I have failed if I can't carry through with the plans they have laid out in the book, but Lee has a very simple, I mean VERY simple, plan so that you can create a habit and keep going with the very much sought after quiet time. She says to start with 3 minute and then goes on to give you a simple technique that you can build on to design your very own morning time. Literally 3 minutes. It's actually very easy and I feel that everyone could use her steps to get started. 

What I really loved about this book is all the encouragement and TONS of grace that she offers throughout the book. She has amazing suggestions for resources, tools and tips to help you get your own time started. Lee shows the reader how she has used her own suggestions and shows that you can also implement everything she is sharing. I don't think I can convey just how easy her plan is without you reading the book yourself. 

I honestly think this would make a great gift for a new Christian woman to help her find time to grow in her walk without feeling overwhelmed with working on her relationship with God. I know that I have found some wonderful, useful information in this book and I am not a new Christian by any means. It really is a wonderful book.

{Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.}