I’m a former nonprofit fundraiser so I could expound on the importance of breaking up the year into quarters. I like the practice so much that it carries over into my own personal life as well where you will find me setting goals and assessing on a quarterly basis as well as on a monthly and annual basis. Combine this with my love for reading, and the quarterly reading roundup was born.
Here are my favorite books read during quarter one (Q1) of 2020: Continue reading “The Quarterly Reading Roundup: 2020 Q1” →
When I was a kid, I constantly had my nose in a book.
Then, I grew up.
And life got busier.
And I read less.
And less. Continue reading “3 Tools I Use To Read More” →
In the first seven months of 2019, I not only had read as many books as I did by the end of 2018 – I increased that number by 50 percent. And, I still have several months left in the year to keep reading.
How did I hit such an increase? I started believing that audiobooks counted. Continue reading “Audiobooks Count As Books Too” →
Honestly, when a Friday night rolls around, I don’t want to spend it with people – I want to spend it alone. Continue reading “How To Spend A Friday Night Alone” →
Have you ever been so engrossed in something that when you are, inevitably, snapped back into reality, it almost feels like you were physically, not just mentally, removed?
Continue reading “The Magnetism of Stories” →