“Most of what makes a book ‘good’ is that we are reading it at the right moment for us.”
— Alain de Botton
Here’s what you need to know about November: I traveled a lot (again!), I didn’t read very much (sad face), and even though it was a pretty good month in a lot of ways, I’m delighted it’s over.
But you’ll notice I said I didn’t read much, not that I didn’t read at all. Wonder what the heck that means? Hop on down below to see:
Ya’ll, October felt like the longest month in the history of my world. Seriously. I traveled for work more than usual, and for longer than usual, and in multiple time zones, so my body is basically ready to hibernate. Also, fall is racing by and, as I write this, there are Canadian geese honking loudly as they fly over my house on their trek south for the winter.
The good news? I get to stay home for this whole week right now! And we got an extra hour yesterday, which was more needed than any other extra hour I can remember.
The other good news? I read. A lot. I read so much that I had to consult my Kindle to make sure my list was complete. (Bad memory, sleep deprivation, high levels of stress are all factors at play here.) Wanna know more? Check it out below: