Sometimes, I can't believe that I used to dread the onset of fall. Why was its arrival so worrisome? Because fall meant that winter was on its way. And winter was even worse than fall. Months of short days and freezing weather combined with the inevitable onset of cabin fever. None of which I found pleasant.
This workbook succeeded in doing just what it set out to do: make your daily life a little less painful, at least mentally. I definitely give this book the green light for anyone interested in learning practical tips for worrying less and feeling less of a mental toll.
I started a book club because I love reading and talking about books. Here's what the Sanford Book Club looks like.
Some days I write more, some I write less, but I almost always come away with something written down. It wasn't always like this.
It's been a difficult past few months. Yet I'm back to it, thanks to my amazing support group (husband, friends, family), therapy, and lots of ginger tea!
In "Aesop's Animals," Jo Wimpenny sets out to determine whether there's any scientific truth to the animal behavior expressed in Aesop's fables.
Helena Dixon's "Murder at the Wedding' is an entertaining read for historical cozy mystery lovers.
I'm now working on being content with my day-to-day routine (habits). In other words, I want to feel satisfied with how I spend my time throughout the day, and ultimately, my life.
If you're a writer, you likely already know that trying to write when you're feeling down is one of the hardest tasks to complete.
When young Kitty Worthington's brother is suspected of murder after a woman dies aboard a train, Kitty sets out to clear his name.