I love short stories, maybe it’s because of my short attention span but I love how people are able to tell a well developed story, truth or made up in a concise way. I also love traveling. And I love a good adventure with some deep perspective.
I admit I totally have a type; memoir, self help is totally my thing. A peek at my book shelf would confirm this. I also admit to being a bit reluctant to grab this one off the shelf.
A collection of stories given on stage in front of a live audience about bravery, fear and life. Each story is put into a specific section of the book with a general theme, and each story leaves something with you.
Chasing Slow was a book that filled my Instagram feed over December & January leading up to its launch date. I find out about more books from launch team folks on Instagram
As a lover of written words, this book spoke to me in a way none has before. The assortment of subject matter from social justice, to marriage counseling and elder spiritual care was a fresh new take on faith in the modern era.
Rees first book is a look at created a closet that defies trend and focuses the reader on creating a wardrobe that they feel confident in and get the most use out of through an in depth closet cleaning, defining of style, identifying pieces that readers want to wear again and again and inviting them … More Finished Reading: The Curated Closet
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What is my purpose? This is a question asked by men & women of all faiths all around the world. In Mallika Chopra’s Living with Intent, readers find a universal way of asking and finding answers to this question. Although, written with words like meditation vs prayer and universe instead of God.
When I was little and people asked what do you want to be when you grow up, I’d say an artist or a scientist. Sadly, my love of science vanished when I came to the understanding of how much math was involved as I wasn’t good at it. Art however was easy and I found … More Summer Reads: Women in Science by Rachel Ignotofsky
Women hold up half the sky. -Chinese Proverb For the month of July I’ve been reading Half the Sky by Pulitzer Prize winning authors Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. Over the course the last several weeks my husband has asked a few times what I am reading. And I find that question hard to answer.