Recently I read two books in a row about the environmental impact of our food, specifically the carbon footprint of the food we eat.
I am not by any stretch of the imagination, a trained chef. However, I am a good cook. I’m not bragging when I say that. There are dozens of people I have cooked for who beg me for my recipes, and compliment me when I share meals.
I’m pretty busy with a few projects but I still want to give my readers a daily dose of goodness for Plastic-Free July. It’s important to stay motivated, stay inspired. But ZooFit Safari is *THIS* close to being published. I decided to give myself a day and let a professional take the wheel for today….
In my Optimize coach class, we discuss cutting down on television to make time for things which are important to us. Important things like fitness, writing, art, family time (and no, TV is not family time). But even our mentor, Brian Johnson, watches movies, documentaries, and even TED talks once in a while (he’s really…
Cal Newport has become a known name in the self-improvement section of the library/bookstore. I recently read his book So Good They Can’t Ignore You, hoping to improve my own life, writing, and work.
My husband told me today I have too many books. I’m really confused, because I’m pretty sure there’s no such thing as too many books.
Since I was a kid, I’ve always loved to read. One of my earliest Christmas memories was choosing a huge pile of books to place beside my bed, so when I woke up two hours after going to bed, I had something to keep me occupied until morning. And I do mean a STACK of…
I just came back from an amazing weekend. After stepping back from the fandom for ten years, I attended my first Harry Potter event held in Washington. The weekend provided me friends (who I haven’t seen in ten years), nostalgia, and everything Harry Potter.
My last book for my quick little project is Ranger Confidential by Andrea Lankford.
I’m cheating today. I had selected a very short audio book to listen to today since I knew I’d be spending most of the day with family. But ten minutes into the one hour book, I couldn’t take it.