Short answer: Yes. Longer story... Last year I fell all the way off. My vision board goal was to read 40 books for the year. Pandemic. The previous year I started writing reviews which you can check out by looking at posts in that category. And then in my usual consistently inconsistent ways, I fell… Continue reading Books: Are We Reading This Year or Nah?
It's taken me almost a month to finish off a physical book. Getting sucked into my old habit of crashing when I get home, listening to podcasts or YouTube videos. This latest book I finished is a Young Adult Fiction. I chose the book namely because of the author, Jodi Picoult, who is known for… Continue reading Book Review: Off the Page
Here are some of the categories of books I will be reading for my 2019 book reading challenge. Of course I plan to read more than these, but these are just the categories that I will make an effort to read from. I regularly read Christian novels, self-helps, marriage related, entrepreneurial/business and motivational books. It… Continue reading 2019 Book Challenge
The Purpose Driven Life by Pastor Rick Warren is a pretty popular Christian devotional book. It is meant to be read over 40 days so that you can really process and reflect on each chapter. I decided to read this book because as a school counselor, I get students in my office all the time… Continue reading Book Review: Purpose Driven Life
As a man thinketh, so is he. I am a fan of Joyce Meyer, both her sermons and her books. She does not preach the prosperity message, but rather a message that says that we can make changes to our lives so that we can enjoy life more abundantly. This book reminds me of that message. “Our past may explain why… Continue reading Book Review: Battlefield of the Mind
"What you do for money and how you spend your time can be two different things." (paraphrased) Expanded and Updated - by Timothy Ferriss This was the book I wish I had read in high school or right after high school when I had my first blog (cashapaige.blogspot.com which no longer exists. It is a… Continue reading Book Review: The 4-Hour Workweek
April 2018; finished December 2018 This book is a young adult fiction book that I used for a small group on grief counseling. It took me so long to finish the book because the group decided that they were done processing their losses before we finished the book so I didn't finish it at the… Continue reading Book Review: A Monster Calls
January 2018 This was one of the first books I read this year. I had heard many good things about it, it was written by a black woman so yass queen! Shonda is a storyteller, as we know from the way she has captivated our attention Thursday nights with her line up of shows. This book… Continue reading Book Review: Year of Yes