A few years ago, I sort of stopped reading. I'm not sure why. Maybe it was news. Or podcasts, or nighttime doomscrolling, but for whatever reason, I was struggling to finish a few books a year. And I missed what I learned from books. So, I set some goals -- last year, 30 books (I... Continue Reading →
It was the longest year ... 2020 feels like it just finished, so here's what I learned during the year of the quarantine.
The year 2020 was the longest year but it's worth talking about what made this year better! From ring lights to sock darners, here are a few things that made a weird year a little less, well... weird.
It started the way many of these things do, as I've found out, with a call from Amy Willis. Amy had invited me to attend a virtual book group in January reading Jane Austen's Persuasion and Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiment together. It was a bit of an eye opener for me. Smith, 75 years... Continue Reading →