February Wrap-Up

Now that I sit down and think about, February was a great month. Work wasn't stressful or overwhelming, I stayed on top of my to-do list, and my blog posts were finished in time to be scheduled out a couple of days in advance. It was calm.

February was also the start of two good things. One: I've started a new position at my work. I'll be in training over the next couple of weeks and am really looking forward to the change. Two: My boyfriend and I have officially started looking at apartments.

Things are happening!! And it feels good.

February Reads

Book 6:
"The Dinner" by Herman Koch
Two couples, one dinner. Two children, one crime. When Paul and Claire meet Serge and Babette for dinner, they don't know where the conversation will go. Each couple has a fifteen-year-old son, and together, the boys have committed a heinous act, caught on camera. Despite a police manhunt, the boys have been identified only by their parents. Over the duration of one five-course meal, the conversation goes from polite to strategic, and the couples must decide how far they would go to protect the ones they love.

Talking As Fast As I Can... About Lauren Graham's Book

I had Lauren Graham's book "Talking As Fast As I Can" (her second book, first non-fiction) on hold at the library since it came out at the end of November. Three months later, I finally got an alert that it was available. Then I read it in three days.

I enjoy reading memoirs and hearing people's nuggets of wisdom and words of advice. As usual, I kept my phone close so I could jot down quotes that stuck out to me. There are six in particular that I want to share.

Things To Be Happy About // 05

Because there's always something to be happy about. Read more here.

Making It Work

In the spirit of Valentine's Day, let's talk relationships.

I've been with my boyfriend for six years, and while I'm no expert, over that time I have learned my fair share on what can keep a relationship running smoothly.

So whether it's something I've learned myself or just a few reminders to pass along, here's my two cents:

On Perspective & Navigating Life

Perspective. It's simple and complicated.

I mentioned in my last post that I've been feeling a little down on myself lately because my friends are doing exciting and unique things and I feel like I'm not really doing much of anything.

Then a funny thing happened.