Forget New Years resolutions. My true "new" year starts in September. (Or I guess August. Because these days school starts in the MIDDLE OF THE SUMMER! But I digress.)
Whether you are ten or (just two months short of) fifty, Fall equals the chance to begin again!
Get back on track!
Quit being such a slacker!
Tackle all those challenges looming out there in the not so far off future.
Good thing the library offers everything I need to succeed.
Here's my Fall 2017 "This Time I'm Really Gonna Do It" reading list.
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Four Tendencies: The Surprising Truth About the Hidden Personality Types That Drive Everything We Do
By Gretchen Rubin
Pretty sure I'm a Rebel. With a (very) heavy dose of Obliger. Hoping this book will help me find the will power to tackle the rest of this list.
by Ree Drummond
This year I'm REALLY going to cook nutritous homemade meals. That are not Stoffers. Seriously. Maybe.
by Hal Elrod
Not sure what this is all about, but SIGN ME UP! Except for the 8 am part.
by Nancy Jo Sales
My 13 year old is a sweetie. And social media obsessed. I'm going to need to read up.
The Ultimate Guide to Raising Teens and Tweens: Strategies for Unlocking Your Child's Full Potential
by Douglas Haddad
My 10 year old is (also) a sweetie. And also social media obessed. And obsessed with any thing her 13 year old sister does. I'm going to need to read up.
by Admiral William H. McRaven
Girls, listen up. (Heather, listen up!) Just make your bed already!
by Chris Guillebeau
Because College. Is. Just. Four. Years. OFF!
Because College. Is. Just. Four. Years. OFF! And it's never to soon to understand your options.
by Emily K. Neuburger
Because who doesn't want to be more spontaneous, wild and inventive (wink). Sign me up!