Tag: books

One Year Blogiversary: What I Still Need to Learn After One Year Blogging

One Year Blogiversary: What I Still Need to Learn After One Year Blogging

It’s been one year since I first hit publish on this blog. In a way, it seems like it’s been a lot longer than that, and in other ways, the time has flown by. Blogging is a lot of work. It takes me hours to […]

The 27 Books I Read in 2018

The 27 Books I Read in 2018

As I wrote about in this post, I challenged myself to read 25 books in 2018 and ended up reading 27! I documented the books I read on my personal Instagram and Facebook, captioning them with short takeaways or impressions. As the year continued, these […]

Reading Challenge: How To (Actually) Read More Books This Year

Reading Challenge: How To (Actually) Read More Books This Year

If you feel like your reading life has been lacking, or (cough, cough) non-existent, I completely understand where you’re coming from! I was in the same boat at the beginning of last year, so I decided to attempt a reading challenge for myself. I cannot […]

The Sunday Sessions: 6.3.18 Edition

The Sunday Sessions: 6.3.18 Edition

Sunday is traditionally a day in which we slow down, take time for reflection, and recharge. Every Sunday, I will share a poem, excerpt, or thought that will make us think, wonder, or even laugh as we prepare ourselves for the upcoming week.     […]

Thursday 3: May 31, 2018

Thursday 3: May 31, 2018

It’s been a rough week (see yesterday’s post about my mom), but it wasn’t all bad. Here are three things that kept me going this week.     This post contains affiliate links. This means that I may receive a commission at no additional cost […]

The Sunday Sessions: 4.15.18 Edition

The Sunday Sessions: 4.15.18 Edition

Sunday is traditionally a day in which we slow down, take time for reflection, and recharge. Every Sunday, I will share a poem or excerpt that will make us think, wonder, or even laugh as we prepare ourselves for the upcoming week. This post contains […]

Thursday 3: April 12, 2018

Thursday 3: April 12, 2018

Does anyone else feel like this week flew by? This was our first week back to school after spring break, and I felt like we hit the ground running in the classroom. I’ve barely had time to catch my breath. Nevertheless, I found some things […]

The Sunday Sessions: Edition 3.4.18

The Sunday Sessions: Edition 3.4.18

Sunday is traditionally a day in which we slow down, take time for reflection, and recharge. Every Sunday, I will share a poem or excerpt that will make us think, wonder, or even laugh as we prepare ourselves for the upcoming week.     From Quitter […]

What’s Saving My Life This Winter

What’s Saving My Life This Winter

Over on Modern Mrs. Darcy, a blog I enjoy reading, Anne Bogel shared nine things that are saving her life right now. She says she got the idea from reading Barbara Brown Taylor’s memoir Leaving Church: “Even though most of us can easily articulate what’s […]

8 Reasons You Should Read Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

8 Reasons You Should Read Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

This post contains affiliate links. This means that I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you when you click on a link or make a purchase using the links in this post.    Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert is a refreshing and practical […]