Last week we discussed #goals. This week, we’ll talk about how to achieve those goals. Here’s a simple step-by-step process that takes a lot of time and effort: Step 1: Learn from the pros. Step 2: Do what the pros do. Step 3: Achieve goal. No matter what your goals is – writing a book,… Continue reading Got goals? Learn from the pros!
We all have sacred texts, whether it's a religious tome or great grandma's written recipe cards, they have value in our minds and hearts. So what do you do when things are past their usefulness? Do you keep the sentimental notes from valentines day in hopes to create a scrapebook when you have more time.… Continue reading Sacred Texts
So I'm a bit of a book hoarder and when I see a pile of free books it's hard to resist rummaging through each worn title. Sometimes I find a subject I'm genuinely curious about and want to read- great. But what about the two dozen that don't have a happy home? Book art. Have… Continue reading Library Remnants, New Life, & Poetry
"Ninety percent of an archaeologist's time is spent in the library. Myths can only be taken at face value. We do not follow maps to buried treasures and X never ever marks the spot." -Indiana Jones, The Last Crusade I can feel the eye rolls like an earthquake, but hear me out. It may seem… Continue reading Why Indiana Jones & I still use the Library