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Book Review: You by Caroline Kepnes

Stephen King says this book is is “hypnotic.” Here are my thoughts about You: A Novel by Caroline Kepnes.

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#Last90Days Challenge: Week 2 Update

Have you heard of Rachel Hollis’ #Last90Days Challenge?! We’re two weeks in now and this is my progress so far!

#Last90Days Challenge

My #Last90Days Challenge

Have you heard of Rachel Hollis’ #Last90Days Challenge?! I’ve signed up to join the challenge and I’m sharing my progress with you here.

35 Book Recommendations for (Young) Professionals

Have I told you how much I LOVE LinkedIn?  A few months ago I posted a question and I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of feedback it received.  My … Continue reading 35 Book Recommendations for (Young) Professionals

Book Review: The Woman in the Window

I love when my friends send me book recommendations. Usually when this happens they’re right in the middle and they only stopped reading long enough to send me a quick … Continue reading Book Review: The Woman in the Window

March 2018: Book Reviews

Bonjour!  Good morning!  Today is a big day!  Today is April 1st which means it is April Fool’s Day (which I’ve never really been a fan of) but more importantly, … Continue reading March 2018: Book Reviews

February 2018: Book Reviews

I’m late publishing my blog post of book reviews from February – so please forgive me but I read some really great books this month and I wanted to take … Continue reading February 2018: Book Reviews

Book Review: Killman Creek

It seems like I was a total slacker in January because I only finished one book… BUT I have been simultaneously reading a few others. So I’m not a total … Continue reading Book Review: Killman Creek

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Meet Me in St. Louis

The year might not be 1903 and the World’s Fair may not be hosted in Saint Louis anymore, but there is still lots to see, do and eat! Check out my recommendations.

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2017: A Leap of Faith

I’d be lying if I told you that 2017 didn’t scare me.  To say that it was an intimidating year would be an understatement.  January was just about as sweet … Continue reading 2017: A Leap of Faith