If you’re not someone who likes taking notes, just try it. My excuse is often I’m too busy, too distracted, I don’t have a notebook with me, or that I’m more focused on finishing than I am remembering. The reality is that the journey is more important than the destination and I can have either results or excuses, not both.
Teddy and I love to travel as you’ve seen if you’ve read any of my other blogs. We’ve been dating … More
A few months ago I watched Top Gun: Maverick in theaters. I truly did not have high expectations since action … More
It’s always hard for me to keep a book recommendation list for a topic to a minimum, especially when it … More
There are a lot of books on creating routines and habits. This list is going to include those that I’ve … More
I value time. I think it’s the most wonderful gift we’ve been given. But it’s finite and we don’t know how long we will have. Probably not the most uplifting way to start out a blog, but it’s true. If you’re looking for books on how to do more in less time or how to hack every second of your day, these are not those books.
There are so many books out there on leadership that it can be easy to feel lost on which are … More
To be quite honest, I really don’t love winter and January is a hard month for me. I love to be outside but do not love being cold. I love the sun and warmth. Finding ways to savor the winter season rather than wish it away is something I’ve tried to be very intentional about this year.
During this Pennsylvania winter, I will be reading about slowness, margin, and seasonal living. I’ve chosen 5 books to focus on during this time that you’ll find below.
I didn’t want to do really anything drastically differently than I do now, I just wanted to do it more consistently and intentionally. So I broke down my word of the year into 4 directional goals for what I’d like to be.