I recently finished reading “How to be a Bawse” by Lilly Singh (which was ah-making, seriously check it out if you haven’t already!). I listened to the Audiobook on Audible, which was read by ||Superwoman|| herself! I don’t care if you are absolutely in love with her YouTube channel or if you have never heard … Continue reading Tip Tuesday: Gratitude and Fulfillment
Reviews of a historical fiction (The Tattooist of Auschwitz) and a non-fiction (Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance). Would recommend both books and very happy with this month’s second set of book reviews!
Hello wonderful people! I have a summer goal of one book finished per week. This could be an audiobook, ebook, book, whatever, but I want to finish one every week. I often read more than one book at a time, so I am hoping this is an achievable goal, but we will see. The Invention … Continue reading What’s in my beach bag? Books of course!
Within 24-hours I finished listening to the Small Great Things audiobook and reading Hidden Figures. I have strong feelings about both and they are not what I expected to feel in either case. Hidden Figures was slow, it was boring, it was redundant and I do not feel like it carried those women to the … Continue reading The Hidden Figures Did Small Great Things
I listened to Amy Poehler's Yes Please during a car ride in November and this book has stuck with me. I find my mind responding with a hearty "yes please!" (though usually just in my head). What I learned from Amy Poehler is that you never know what is going to happen in five minutes from now, … Continue reading Yes Please! A Pseudo-Review