As the world continues to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic, many have turned to books as a means of escape, comfort, and connection. From providing a break from the constant barrage of news to offering a way to learn and grow during a time of upheaval, reading has become an essential tool for many people. In this blog, we explore why reading has gained more popularity during the pandemic and how books are providing inspiration and hope to those who need it most.
Camp Nanowrimo Day 4: Paint your nails
There's a whole lot of talk about getting nails done lately. And I don't understand one bit of it. I know I'm a nail biter, so it's never been a big deal for me. But, we're in the middle of a global pandemic. I think there are slightly more important things going on. But, no.... Continue Reading →
Camp Nanowrimo Day 2: Social distancing
Could you imagine a more amazing idea for an introvert than social distancing? Like, I don't have to make excuses now. Can we come over? Sorry, social distancing. It's lily's birthday party at 3. Sorry, social distancing. Fourth of July family barbecue. Sorry, social distancing. It's literally the best thing ever. For me at least.... Continue Reading →