The tension preceding freedom

The last couple months have been strangely suffocating. My chest has been tight and my heart rate elevated off and on. It's been purely psychological -- I'm healthy as a freaking horse. (Though I could always stand to eat more veggies and probably drink a little less wine.) I knew it was psychological in part … Continue reading The tension preceding freedom

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Best things I read in June 2019

https://jamesclear.com/ira-glass-failure This was a good reading month! I really got back into my groove and started getting my reading-legs back. Here are the best things I read in June 2019. The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion by Jonathan Haidt. THIS BOOK. I cannot stop thinking about it. Haidt presents … Continue reading Best things I read in June 2019

April books-I-started-and-still-need-to-finish (you have to finish books to have favorites)

Just in time to still be in May! Oof, and now I need to start corralling my May reads. BLARGH. Anyway, as much as I have enjoyed starting a habit of sharing my "favorite reads" lists per month with y'all, April was filled with articles and half-read books. My "reading" shelf on Goodreads is waaaaay … Continue reading April books-I-started-and-still-need-to-finish (you have to finish books to have favorites)