Archive for May 2018

A Caddy, A Class and a lot of Chaos: Chuckerman Makes a Movie

A Caddy, A Class and a lot of Chaos: Chuckerman Makes a Movie
“I have a friend.” I am not a big time book reviewer, so it never fails to amaze me when people ask if I can read a friend’s book. I don’t know that I’ve ever said no. I have oodles of respect for anyone that actually accomplishes what’s been on my bucket list for decades.... Read more »

My Ex-Life: When the Only True Direction is Forward

My Ex-Life: When the Only True Direction is Forward
Life’s all about choices. What to eat for breakfast. Which color underwear to wear. Whether or not to finish your homework. The TV show you want to start binging. The college you go to. The person you marry, or don’t. Where to work. If you should ignore a friend or answer a text. Every day,... Read more »

Do You Really Need 12 Rules for Life? Can I Pick Six Instead?

Do You Really Need 12 Rules for Life? Can I Pick Six Instead?
Here’s what I learned about myself after reading (or skimming, really – Mr. Peterson should be proud I’m following the rule about not lying) Jordan Peterson’s “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote for Chaos” — I prefer decidedly pithy work when it comes to the personal growth genre. I picked up this book for a few... Read more »
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More Good Books for Bad Moms

More Good Books for Bad Moms
There’s nothing like a fictional character to make you feel better about yourself. With Mothers Day around the corner, I suspect a lot of moms’ thoughts turn to that mythical, unicorn-like persona that is the perfect mother. Perfect kids, perfect home, perfect job performance, perfect husband … perfect, perfect, perfect. But then we are woken... Read more »