Winning the Clutter War by Sandra Fenton
This book took me several months to read. This was partly because of the subject. I had to read a small amount at a time and digest it. This is much like the way she decribes her method of cleaning, the Mount Vernon method, where you do an area for a specific time, and then you stop, and then you resume it later, so you don’t get overwhelmed or burned out.
I liked the book. I will refer back to it. She has good ideas. 14 months ago
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Winning the Clutter War by Sandra Fenton
I’m Your Man, the life of Leonard Cohen
by Sylvie Simmons
A long book, but informative. 14 months ago
I am nearing the end of the 2 books I’ve been working on for the past 3 months, the clutter war and LCohen’s bio. 14 months ago
I have been revisiting the classics of the 80’s and 90’s as a refresher. I have an extensive library of my own.
I have finished Ilyna VanZandt’s “In the Meantime” as my first book for 2012. Followed by Marianne Williamson’s “A Return to Love” and “Illuminarias”.
Now I am reading Og Mandino’s “Greatest Salesman in the World” and Tony Robbin’s “Awaken the Giant Within”.
It is a wonderful way to begin the next chapter of my life. 15 months ago
I can’t believe I haven’t updated my list…
Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter – Tom Franklin
The Beach Street Knitting Society and Yarn Club – Gil McNeil
The Sweetgum Ladies Knit for Love – Beth Pattillo
50 shades of grey – E.L. James
50 shades darker – E.L. James
50 shades freed – E.L. James 17 months ago
About recovering from a loss and going in the face of loss, also with a bjj theme as analogy to facing big problems and reacting/acting in response to them 18 months ago
I started this today, based on recommendations from lots of people. I am surprisingly going to hit this 12 book goal this year. Maybe I need a stretch goal… ! 18 months ago
Just finished this; I’m pretty sure it changed me! Very much recommended. 18 months ago
Its been awhile since I visited this list, but since then, I’ve read:
6 – Mockingjay,
7 – Fifty Shades of Grey
8 – Fifty Shades, two
9 – Fifty Shades Freed, in progress.
These books are so smutty, but mindless good reading while I laze at the beach! ;) 18 months ago
January-Killer Riff by Sheryl J. Anderson (a Molly Forrester novel)
February-How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents by Julia Alvarez
March-The First Wives Club by Olivia Goldsmith
April-Playing With Boys by alisa valdes-rodriguez
May— Scratch by Troon McAllister
June-Wicked by Gregory Maguire
July-My Perogative by Sasha White
July-August- The Amnesiac by Sam Taylor (struggle to finish)
August- Bossypants by Tina Fey
August- (in progress) Little Bitty Lies by Mary kay Andrews 19 months ago
lemonwaterJuly 2012 - IRON MAIDENS: THE CELEBRATION OF THE MOST AWESOME FEMALE MUSCLE IN THE WORLD by Kristen Kaye
I have read some books on the subject most notably Katie Arnoldi’s Chemical Pink. This was interesting and rekindled some of my feminist interests. 19 months ago
1) Distributed Leadership
2) Glacier Mountaineering
3) Eiger Dreams
4) No Shortcuts to the Top
5) Heart Rate Training
6) High Exposure
7) Climbing: Training for Peak Performance
8) Mission Possible
9) Pale Fire
10) Wheat Belly
11) Difficult Conversations
12) Lord Jim 19 months ago
1) Los últimos días de la Prensa (by Jaime Bayly)
2) La noche es virgen (by Jaime Bayly)
3) Fue ayer y no me acuerdo (by Jaime Bayly)
4) The Hunger Games (by Suzanne Collins)
I´m still reading ¨Yo amo a mi mami¨ by Jaime Bayly. 20 months ago
I’ve read two more books!
Wicked by Gregory Maguire (Thus far this has been my fave)
My Perogative by Sasha White!
Currently reading The Amnesiac by Sam Taylor! 20 months ago
The author and wife restore a rundown rustico in Tuscany and he starts to accept and later like the slower pace of life in Italy. This was an enjoyable read. It made me want to reread “Extra Virgin” (a similar story but set in Liguria and in the 80’s). 20 months ago
Book is about a boy with Tourettes syndrome who has been told many negative things about his deceased biological father by his stepfather, who is verbally abusive to him. He ends up reconnecting with his father through a series of people he meets on a cross country trip. I enjoyed the book. 21 months ago
Lord of the Flies – William Golding
This book has been on my “To read when I get around to it” list for an insane amount of time and finally read it. Well worth reading and definitely thought provoking. I’ve always been interested in sociology and how society’s function so I found the extreme example very interesting. The characters are all children but definitely not a child’s story. 22 months ago
read both of them 22 months ago
Filth – Irvine Welsh
Started this after my success with Trainspotting. The dark story revolves around bent policeman Bruce Robertson up to his eyes in sex, deceit, violence and… well filth. Absolutely fantastic read. Every time you think you know where a twist is going it completely surprises you by going in a whole new direction. Bruce is the perfect character and you find yourself swinging rapidly between hating him and pitying him, often to the point where it doesn’t occur (or matter) that he is a fictional character. 22 months ago