Recapping weeks 10-13 of Nashville Marathon training, including a quick 2 miles with my nieces.
Don’t judge a book by it’s cover, or in this case, the title; The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F—. Because if you can get past the title (and the occasional foul language throughout the book) I bet you’ll learn a thing or two.
The I-could-make-that bug bit me too, but for me it was a DIY be our guest sign. With my friend’s help and mostly materials I already had, it turned out to be a pretty inexpensive art project!
THE POWER by Naomi Alderman was the winner of the 2017 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction. It’s a thrilling story in an alternate reality where Beyonce’s famous “Run the World (Girls)” song is true.
I bought the plant in the corner as sort of stop-gap for that corner of our living room. I like the woven basket and the green that it brings to the space, but I was struggling with what to put on the wall above it. I decided on a blanket ladder and found lots of…
My review of the audio book: The Little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules by Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg narrated by Patience Tomlinson.
During the month of February, Nolan and I did a little alcohol detox. Before you start wondering, nothing bad happened that spurred this detox and I’m not pregnant. Our friend told us he was going to do it and we thought it sounded like a good challenge!
Have you heard of Meatless Mondays? I love meat, but eating vegetarian once a week sounds like a good idea. I don’t do it every Monday, but typically once a week. Usually it’s in the form of a pasta or grain salad. (I still love the farro/cranberry/goat cheese salad.)
Model-turned-actress, yes, but actor-turned-novelist? Uncommon. 😛 What’s more is that Uncommon Type by Tom Hanks popped up on lots of books lists, so I added it to my 2018 book list.
The end of week nine marked the half-way point. It’s been relatively easy to stay on track with all my cheerleaders. (I talked to my friend Heidi almost the entire 6.4 miles on the 13th.)