We need resilience after a big failure. Sometimes after a big win, too. But, I’d like to argue for everyday bounce.
Though the holidays are supposed to be a joyful time, they can be a stressful for many. Having books around that take your mind off the challenges of family, friends, parties and gift giving can be a great way to get you through the season!
Recently, my sister got me thinking about the interrobang. It’s a beautiful, odd punctuation mark that’s both question and exclamation. This got me wondering about the question mark itself. Where did it come from?
It’s almost 2020 — should you start planning your reading for next year? Being part of book club can help you achieve your reading goals…. and a whole lot more. Here are 6 reasons you might want to put a book club in the coming year.
It’s a rare situation that gets us to carefully craft our questions. If we ask questions at all –– we do it like we drive –– mostly on autopilot. What would happen if we changed that and honed our skills with questions?
Is your behavior a habit or a routine? Most of us don’t know the difference. Knowing what’s what might help you craft a better process that improves your results.