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here you will find reviews of books I have read

Stop Saying You’re Fine, book review

Another book about change! I requested this book on my Amazon wish list on a whim- I’d heard Mel Robbins on a radio show and like the sound of her new book, Stop Saying You’re Fine. My sister, Jessie, mentioned … Continue reading

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Switch, book review

It feels a little strange writing this review because I read to book a few months ago, but I really wanted to share the message with you. So, here goes. Let’s see what I can remember. This was a fun, … Continue reading

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Happiness Project book review

This book is part memoir, part thinking person’s self-help book. And, being a thinking person myself, I loved it! I like the fact that it draws not only on recent research in the new field of positive psychology, such as … Continue reading

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SHELLY

Percy Bysshe Shelley was a poet who wrote about passionately living our lives every day. I love how his poetry speaks to me, as does his life- he took up causes, risked his fame and his life and drank up … Continue reading

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Poem

THIS little book is one of my favs so I thought I’d share a poem I read recently from it with you: The Journey

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Reading List

Here’s my reading schedule for the new year: January – Stop Saying You’re Fine: Discover a More Powerful You by Mel Robbins (review) February – Switch by Chip and Dan Heath (review) March – The Art of Happiness by the … Continue reading

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