Want, Need, Abundance & Bills.

If you're anything like me, your relationship with money is broken and it hasn't been your priority to fix it. This weekend I finished a book, Creating Money: Attracting Abundance, one that I'd been working on for a while. When I first picked up this book, I was prepared for practical budgeting advice, lucrative entrepreneurial… Continue reading Want, Need, Abundance & Bills.

Diving in

I waited until the end of the day to write yesterday, I was trying to be more productive at work - guess how that worked out. I'm slow, but so are things around me. Academia in the summer is molasses dripping from the jar. Our hallways have motion censored lights, more environmentally friendly than they… Continue reading Diving in

Book Review: Modern Lovers

In Modern Lovers, a new novel by Emma Straub, the dynamics of this family's life are endlessly intertwined. I'm a true believer in the famous words, "friends are the family we choose for ourselves," and this story embodies that. Andrew and Elizabeth are married, and heading towards 50. They met in college, where they were… Continue reading Book Review: Modern Lovers

Book Review: Eligible

Last week, I was consumed by the book I'd been reading. It had taken me a few days to read the first 100 pages, but then all at once it swallowed me. In every good book, there's a point of no return where the story doesn't just entertain you, it devours you. In the book… Continue reading Book Review: Eligible

Book Review: You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life

I am not a self-help junkie, but every now and then someone tells me about a seriously inspirational book that I just can't miss out on. The first time this happened was with Seth Godin's "What To Do When it's Your Turn, and it's Always Your Turn." That one didn't just change my perspective, it… Continue reading Book Review: You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life

The Little Paris Bookshop – Review

Last night, I finished "The Little Paris Bookshop" by Nina George. My dad sent it to me a few months ago. It arrived in early February, wrapped in amazon.com packaging, it waiting by the back door after work on Tuesday. I was at a point at work where everything was flying at me. Major event planning was… Continue reading The Little Paris Bookshop – Review