As my questions have changed, so have the paths I’ve taken in search of the answers. These are some of the tools I have picked up on recent expeditions.
A lot of people found they had extra time for reading this year, so it’s not surprising that 2020 was the first time I beat my modest… Read more “Best Reads of 2020”
For the first weeks of the pandemic, I know I was in more of a duck-and-cover, hide-in-my-blanket-fort frame of mind. Now that I’m emerging from that, I’d like to share with you what is helping me maintain my balance.
Since we are all avoiding the stores as much as possible and some of us are temporarily out of work—myself included—I figured I’d share with you all these tips I have amassed for getting the most out of your groceries. Even if you are well-stocked, reducing your food waste is always a worthwhile pursuit.
Whoosh! Another month went by in a flash. Between vacationing and gearing up for finishing my novel this summer, it’s been a busy time for me. But… Read more “Book Report – June 2018”
If you only know how to push, there are a lot of doors you’re going to have trouble opening.
I know it’s the last day of May, but it’s been a hectic month and this book report comes with a fourth BONUS BOOK as an apology.… Read more “Book Report – April 2018”
I hate this holiday. Well, perhaps “hate” is a little strong. Leastways, I dread it immensely and am much happier when it’s over. Then I can go… Read more “For the “Almost-Moms”: an Invitation”
March was a good time for reading, and I met my quota, despite being swamped with obligations. These books were worth making time for.
Every book, even the worst ones I have read, has taught me something–about life and about writing. That’s what is so great about a book: it’s teaching disguised as entertainment. Like orange-flavored cold medicine.