Currently Reading: Daring Greatly

2018 is shaping up to be the year of books for me and I. am. not. mad. about it. After finishing Start with Why, I picked up Brené Brown's Daring Greatly. It belongs to a really good girlfriend of mine who may or may not remember I still have it. Surprise! It's still heeeeeere! The timing wasn't … Continue reading Currently Reading: Daring Greatly

Currently Reading: Start with Why

I have a goal to read 12 books this year. So far, I have 2 completed and am 67% through another: Simon Sinek's Start with Why. If you haven't heard of Simon Sinek, I highly recommend you check him out. Watch a Ted talk. Research him a little. I guarantee you'll learn something! In his book, … Continue reading Currently Reading: Start with Why

Cold Tangerines

I have to share: I am currently reading Cold Tangerines: Celebrating the Extraordinary Nature of Everyday Life by Shauna Niequist. I picked up this book after the pastor at Ada Bible suggested it during one Sunday several weeks ago. Well to be fair, I really picked it up at Barnes & Noble shortly thereafter when I … Continue reading Cold Tangerines

The Pursuit of Happiness

It's not about fame and fortune; it's about believing and believing in yourself and understanding that this life is, it's life, it's liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And happiness is not about getting what you want all the time. It's about loving what you have. - Asher Roth "G.R.I.N.D." Loving what you have and … Continue reading The Pursuit of Happiness

Borrowed Thoughts: Fitness

Guilty pleasure of mine: Any time I go grocery shopping, I buy either a) a smut magazine (Star, Life & Style, etc.) or b) a fitness magazine. This week I chose the fitness magazine aptly named Fitness. I had to laugh when I read it. You see, life is like an intricate pattern and at particular points … Continue reading Borrowed Thoughts: Fitness

I have an insatiable desire to read.

I just finished The Day I Shot Cupid: Hello, My Name is Jennifer Love Hewitt (JLH) and I'm a Loveaholic. I have to say, it was actually really good. I thought her book was insightful and honest. In truth, I suppose it's unfair to say "actually" as if I had assumed it wouldn't be. As … Continue reading I have an insatiable desire to read.