I started writing morning pages just over two years ago. I loved it and looked forward to waking up at 4:30 nearly every single day to write in my journal; I relished being able to get the coffee pot ready each night and then crawl out of bed to the smell of hot coffee and… Continue reading Are Morning Pages Still Worthwhile?
It's time for Top Ten Tuesday! Thanks to That Artsy Reader Girl for hosting this weekly link-up. This week's topic is New to Me Authors that I read in 2018. Last year feels like a lost year, so I'm glad that I keep my notebook of books that I've read, otherwise I'd have no chance… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – New to Me Authors I Read in 2018
Today I'm linking up with the Modern Mrs. Darcy to share what I've been reading lately. This is one of my favorite link-ups and I love seeing what everyone else has been reading. If you want to stack your TBR up super high, go check out her comments! Many of you know that my reading… Continue reading Recent Reads – January 2019
I lied to my librarian last week and feel like a horrible human being. Here's the story. I was on the state-wide waiting list for Michelle Obama's new book, Becoming, and the length of the list was incredible. I'd noticed that my library hadn't yet added the book to their catalog, so I sent an… Continue reading Bookish Confessions: I Lied to My Librarian
Whew! I know that my last Pause post was published just a week ago, but I wrote it nearly 3 weeks ago and that was my last opportunity to sit down in a quiet spot and put my fingers to the keyboard. And now the momentum that I felt like I had around the holidays… Continue reading That Was a Long PAUSE
2018 was my year of Abundance. I spent the year thinking of the things that I have and how it never seemed to be enough. I also spent the year parsing out what I wanted in my home and cleaning out some old things that had been weighing down my spirit. I didn't spend as… Continue reading . : P A U S E : .
Happy New Year! All around the blogosphere, people are anxiously setting goals and breaking them down into smaller tasks. I'm going to try something different this year and set goals that are a bit harder to track than a number of books read or a certain number of blog posts a week. Photo by Roman… Continue reading 2019 – A Depth Year