I recently read an article about how readers find the books they read. A large majority get recommendations from friends while others like to browse online sites and book shelves. GoodReads.com is a popular online site that is overflowing with recommendations, book lists and author highlights. For me, nothing beats a library when it comes… Read more »
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…without failing to learn. This is a journey I have undertaken this year and it has not been easy. I don’t know of anyone who starts out anticipating failure. There is a current trend in leadership, business and self-help books telling us to Fail Fast or to Fail More but being willing to fail doesn’t… Read more »
A reader’s a wonderful thing. Very seldom are two readers exactly alike. Some read for enjoyment and escape, while others for information and inspiration. A truly versatile reader will read for any and all reasons. These types of readers are more generally classified as fiction or nonfiction readers. Personally I fall almost exclusively into the… Read more »
If you have made it this far and have still kept your New Year’s Resolution you are doing great. If you have already busted it then pick yourself backup, brush yourself off and try again. There have been a couple of times when I’ve resolved to make a big change and then stuck with it… Read more »
As you have probably noticed, I’m not really good at creating content for this blog. It has been a year since the last one was posted. Putting my failings aside, I want to encourage you to take time to create this holiday season. We often get so busy, busy, busy that our stress levels rise… Read more »
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It’s that time of year when music is likely to bring with it a flood of memories. Whether it’s Silver Bells or Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer you can probably remember another place or time when you heard these songs. For me, getting out Christmas records would bring back favorite songs from the Peppermint Kandy Kids including Morris the… Read more »
It isn’t always the butler, but finding out “who did it” can provide hours of entertainment when you read a good mystery. As a child my favorite mystery series was Alfred Hitchcock’s Three Investigators, followed by Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden. My favorite TV shows tended to be more Scooby Doo and Murder She Wrote… Read more »
A graceful kick sends the ball soaring into the net and the crowd goes wild! The player who made the winning goal runs down the field with arms raised high and is surrounded by teammates celebrating together. Not every goal that is reached leads to as much fanfare as… Read more »