May Book Corner

I finally finished It. It only took me three weeks and three days. I liked the story of It. I thought going in the book was about a killer clown. OMG, it was so much more than that. Also, not as scary as I recall the original movie. I mean, I was like Read more…

April Book Corner

Disturbed – Jennifer Jaynes – 3 starsI found this book on Amazon Prime, and the description sucked me in. Multiple murders on Halloween and five years later, the lone survivor starts seeing the alleged murderer around town? Yes, please. I love a good thriller! The good: it’s an easy read. Read more…

March Book Corner

I started the month off with Outer Order Inner Calm by Gretchen Rubin. Usually, I enjoy Grethen Rubin’s work. I listen to her podcast and loved The Happiness Project. But I couldn’t get into Outer Order Inner Calm. I was in a decluttering mood, so I thought it was fitting. Read more…

Book Corner – February 2020

I started February off with Dumplin’ (yes, the book the Netflix movie starring Jennifer Aniston is based on). I used the prompt a book you picked because the title caught your attention because I was scrolling through Amazon Prime Reads, and it popped out to me. The title and cover Read more…

Are you on a quest?

I recently started and finished, The Happiness of Pursuit* by Chris Guillebeau. Somewhere along the line, it was recommended, either by someone on social media or some article. I thought the topic of the book seemed interesting and hadn’t thought of myself pursuing a quest. It turns out I already Read more…

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Heart Rate Training

In April I read the book 80/20 Running by Matt Fitzgerald. I had heard how great heart rate training is and it seems every runner I know has moved to it. I decided to give it a try and started May 1st. It’s been eye-opening and a challenge but I Read more…

Reading in the Book Corner

I have a problem. I keep buying books. This is nothing new. I have loved books and reading since I was little. I have fond memories of reading Nancy Drew with my dad at bedtime. I spent hours at the public library during the summers. I can still spend hours Read more…

Book Corner: Harry Potter

Harry Potter has always been popular. And I was a Potter virgin. Somehow I avoided it all these years. Not because I wasn’t interested but when the first movie came out I was 21 and in college. I hadn’t read the books and during college didn’t have much time to Read more…