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2019 Reading Challenge, May book: Primary Greatness by Steven R. Covey

I found this to be a great foundational book for learning to live life true to yourself (primary greatness) vs putting on a show of what you think you're supposed to be, do or have (secondary greatness). This book is a compilation of essays written by Steven R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of… Continue reading 2019 Reading Challenge, May book: Primary Greatness by Steven R. Covey

Handmade

Craft Show Success

Spring is now in full swing and we are speedily approaching the summer months. Prime season for farmers markets and a few craft shows as well. Both great places to start growing your handmade business, or to give your business a boost. Farmers markets are a great way to share your handmade items with your… Continue reading Craft Show Success

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My March Personal Growth Reading

'Millionaire Success Habits' by Dean Graziosi was the book I chose to read in March, in keeping with my personal goal of reading at least one self development book each month this year. If I become a millionaire in 2020, this book will be why! I was initially skeptical about purchasing this book, and I'm… Continue reading My March Personal Growth Reading

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February’s Book: Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert

My personal development reading challenge for 2019 continues with the book Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert. This is the book I chose for February- or maybe it chose me, but either way I truly enjoyed reading it. This book is all about "Creative Living Beyond Fear" as the title claims and the life experience, whimsical opinions and… Continue reading February’s Book: Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert

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January’s Book: This Messy Magnificent Life, A Field Guide by Geneen Roth

The first book of my 2019 personal reading challenge As I was strolling through the library searching for my first personal development read of 2019, this gem was set on display on the side of one of the book shelves. The title immediately grabbed me because I am often quite messy, occasionally consider myself magnificent,… Continue reading January’s Book: This Messy Magnificent Life, A Field Guide by Geneen Roth