Re-reading this gem 😍
A week of good news... 1. I got to start a new course for grad school! 2. I got into my dream professional clinical counseling program and start in June. Needless to say, both reading time and coffee consumption are about to go way up! 😂🎉
Lately I've been focusing more on how to be gentle with myself. Anxiety is a rough one, guys. However, this book is giving me a glimpse into the fast paced world we live in and how it perpetuates feelings of unease. To my fellow anxious humans, hang in there! You are amazing! 👏👏👏
Just read this book in one sitting and I am left feeling so unsettled. I don't know how Samanta did it, but each and every page had me getting more and more tightly wound. If you are looking for a read that is confusing and unsettling - this is definitely the one!
Why is it that all books you put on hold at the library end up arriving at the same time? 5 new books. All short loan and nonrenewable 😂 anyone think I can make it through all of them in 2 weeks?
January wrap-up and MAN... There were some good books this month. Hopefully that is a good sign for the rest of 2019! Ironically, there were 2019 pages read in January!
So... All of my holds at the library came in at the same time and I will be reading nonstop for the forseeable future. For those keeping track I now have 14 books checked out 😅❤
Some days self care is necessary ❤
Got a KitchenAid as an early Christmas gift so now my life pretty much consists of baking and audio books...
Today's bake: pistachio and dried cherry biscotti
Today's book: Insomnia by Stephen King
Do any of you have freezing cold offices? No fun at all! Thankfully I have a space heater and a warm blanket so I can keep working on research for congregation members! #freezing