Could you imagine going a whole month without alcohol, shopping, elevators, newspapers, cellphones, dining out, television, taxis, coffee, cursing, chocolate, or multitasking? That's what Mary Carlomagno, author of Give It Up!: My Year of Learning to Live Better did. She lived January without alcohol, February without shopping, March without elevators, and so on. Inspired by … Continue reading March 2021 Experiment Inspired by Give it Up! by Mary Carlomagno
It’s the BMM 2nd Blog-A-Versary Happy Blog-A-Versary to the Beautiful Minimal Millennial! After reflecting on the past year, let’s all agree it’s been a crazy year! Nobody ever would have guessed that the world would have shut down, lives turned upside down and sideways, and we are all living a new normal. I know that … Continue reading Guess what day it is!?!?!?!
No. <--That single work is a complete sentence. Yet too often we feel like we should or must say yes. Not only do feel like we have to say yes but that we must say yes with nearly Mary Poppins perfection. Yes, I would love to attend your bridal shower. Yes, I would love to … Continue reading Book Review: F*ck No by Sarah Knight
Full disclosure. I read this book for an online book club and as a result I tried to finish the book. If it wasn’t for the book club, I never would have attempted to finish this book. About halfway through the book I started to skim. And then I gave up because I realized that … Continue reading Book Review: I Will Teach You to Be Rich by Ramit Sethi
After reading The Secret, I wanted to put this out to the Universe. I AM strong I AM beautiful I AM young I AM smart I AM the perfect body weight I HAVE a beautiful family I HAVE a loving and caring husband I HAVE wealth I AM financial independent I AM living my life … Continue reading Book Review: The Secret by Rhonda Bryne
Body on Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery #2) by Vicki Delany This is the second book in the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery series and Vicki Delany did not disappoint. You can certainly read this book on it's own because the author does a great job developing the plot and characters. I see myself being … Continue reading Book Review: Body on Baker Street by Vicki Delany
We may be a month into 2021 and I'm probably late on writing my 2020 Books in Review. But here we are today. The links below are to the full book review I wrote. Starting with my most recently completed book in 2020 here we go: Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown - Different than the … Continue reading 2020 Books in Review
The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan The premise of this book is great. If you are the type of person that feels the need to manage 6 projects and assume that each project can take 40 hours a week of your time and that you … Continue reading Book Review: The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan