What is standing in your way right now? I talked about goals and resolutions yesterday. And a lot of people, me included, won't make those goals. Why? What's in the way? And how can I get around it?
Listen. Here's the thing. I know I'm supposed to be writing something super poignant. A retrospect of 2021. All the books I read. The struggles and challenges and victories I've had. But I can't get my brain to focus. I have started, stopped, erased, amd started this blog four times now. All because I couldn't... Continue Reading →
Resolutions and objectives for accomplishing, performing better, and changing the elements of one’s life that aren’t functioning or might work better come with the new year. Of course, for readers, this means establishing a lot of objectives for what they want to read or how much time they want to devote to their reading with a new calendar in front of them. But maybe, instead of establishing some lofty objectives — or perhaps besides those lofty goals — you’re seeking for something more manageable. Consider this collection of weekly reading challenges a chance to broaden your reading horizons and cross off a variety of fresh, imaginative, and witty literary bucket list items over the following 52 weeks.
The big day has come and gone. My living room looks like a Toys R Us crack den. My kitchen could star on an episode of Hoarders. But my bookshelf is going to be legendary.
Welcome aboard, train wreck. No big post today. Just wishing you a Happy Yulemas and Seasons Seasonings. I hope you get everything on your wishlist and someone else does the cleaning.
I blinked. And it's Christmas Eve. It must have happened while I was at work. Or at Wal-Mart. Or scrolling Amazon. But now I have one day to clean my house before my in laws storm up my steps like my door is the beach at Normandy.
I made the regretful choice to look up the trending gifts for Mom. I have a question for the people writing these lists and articles. Do you have mothers? Are you moms? Do you know any mothers? Have you actively spoken to a human who has birthed a child? Because your writing comes off like someone who has observed mothers in their natural habitats but you never actually interacted with them.