New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge — Wrap Up

The New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge, inspired me! I hope you found it energizing, too. I wrote about the first few book reviews that showed up for this challenge earlier: New Year Progress Report and my One Word. Here’s what’s come in … Continue reading →

Book Review: Smart Chefs Stay Slim by Allison Adato

Book: Smart Chefs Stay Slim by Allison Adato Genre: food and health Publisher: New American Library Publication date: 2012 Pages: 292 Source: Library Summary: The subtitle of Smart Chefs Stay Slim says it all: Lessons in Eating and Living from America’s Best Chefs. Chapters cover … Continue reading →

New Year Progress Report and my One Word

We’re two weeks into the New Year. How are your goals and resolutions going? Would a book help provide knowledge, motivation, or focus? The New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge is going strong. We have three books already posted in the review … Continue reading →

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

It’s not too late to join the New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge. We’ll be posting links to books we read to support our New Year’s resolutions through the rest of January: New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge — Review Links. You can … Continue reading →

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone! I love the whole turning over a new leaf aspect of the New Year. Of course, we readers know that leaf has nothing to do with plants but is all about books! The New Year’s … Continue reading →

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

I’m hosting the New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge that also features a weekly Twitter chat and a read-along of The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. I’m so excited about this! Especially now that there’s been time for a few … Continue reading →

Reading and my New Year’s Resolutions

Have you seen the New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge yet? Read books to support your resolutions. Since I’m hosting it, it would probably be a really good idea to sign up for it myself, eh? Also, a really good idea … Continue reading →