There's nothing more relaxing than curling up in a cozy spot with a good read and lately when the kiddos are napping and I need a little "me time" my Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has been my go-to for a little escape. I used to read all the time, but I have to admit that once I had my babies, and the blog got busier, it was really tough to find time to 1.) head to the book store or library and 2.) find actual time to sit down to read. There are so many reasons why I'm obsessed with the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, and honestly I wish I had gotten one sooner. Not only is it compact and super light-weight (perfect for my purse or diaper bag), but it's long-lasting battery (up to 2 weeks!) means I can have it on me 24/7 and not have to worry. I also love that I can read wherever! Whether I'm curled up on my couch at home, in the car on a long roadtrip, or sitting at the beach. The no-glare screen makes it easy to read anywhere -- even in the bright sunlight! You can edit the brightness depending on your surroundings, so you always have the ideal brightness when reading. There are so many eBooks to choose from via the Amazon store and I can download one to my Kindle Paperwhite with a tap of my finger and it appears in my library and is ready to read within seconds. Another awesome feature of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is the built-in dictionary, Wikipedia, and translator, so if I'm stumped on the meaning of a word or how to pronounce it all I have to do is highlight it with my finger.
I love my Amazon Kindle Paperwhite so much that I'm highly considering getting one for my mom, grandma, sister-in-law -- really everyone in my family! It's the perfect gift this holiday season (and the price point is great too!). P.S. I'm currently reading Girl Boss (I know, I know -- I'm so late with this, but I'm loving it so far). I would love to know any other good reads out there! Please leave me a comment below with your faves, so I can check them out! xx
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, but all opinions expressed are my own.