A topic I love to discuss (and read about) most is ideas: how we get ideas, creative ideas, sharing ideas, appreciating ideas, the transparency of ideas, and how one idea influences other ideas. It's what prompted me to start writing this blog many years ago, and most recently it's what brought me to a graduate program studying … Continue reading Don’t Give Up! Give More.
It's been a big week for books in our house! As I look at all of these new books on our shelves, I know I have to write a Stacking the Shelves post! First, my team and I received copies of professional development books at work. We've been waiting for these titles to arrive for quite some time, so … Continue reading Stacking the Shelves (4/9/16)
Stacking the Shelves is an idea hosted by Tynga's Reviews, and it is "all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!" … Continue reading Stacking the Shelves (2/27/16)
In honor of #ShelfieWednesday, I've taken a "shelfie" of my recent reads, numbers 4 through 8 for the #SixtyBooks in 2016 Reading Challenge: 4. A Call to Conscience: The Landmark Speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. edited by Clayborne Carson and Kris Shepard 5. Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave 6. The Sketchnote Handbook by Mike … Continue reading Recent Reads: Jan/Feb 2016
Time flies when you're reading having fun! Our first month of reading together is almost up. Laura and I are thrilled to be in such great company reading #SixtyBooks in 2016! As we near the end of the first month of this challenge, almost 300 people completed the online form, nearly 50 people have joined the … Continue reading #SixtyBooks in 2016: End of January Check-In!
At the end of last year (for the last 100 days to be exact), I paid extra attention to the material "things" in my life that brought me happiness (all the while being very careful to get rid of anything that didn't directly bring me happiness) and documented those things for the #100HappyDays project. The exercise was … Continue reading Pen holders from Fenice
A Short History of Myth by Karen Armstrong is exactly what the title promises. It's a short book about myth. Because of its intentional brevity, Armstrong moves quickly over many topics, covering a span of time from 20000 BCE to the present. While it can be read on its own, the book is actually also part of … Continue reading A Short History of Myth by Karen Armstrong