*Farmer’s book has been done for a while now (I just skipped a few of his students’ essays – sorry!).
*I decided to also mark done the Gen and Kelly Tanabe book, since I flipped through it and photocopied useful pages – that qualifies as reading for a how-to book.
*Failure to Promise I got done half way with, but I didn’t feel like I could keep my integrity trying to write an essay about it. Frankly, it wasn’t inspiring, he complained a LOT (while I can’t pretend our circumstances are the same—way to shoot down community college – that’s where I started and I was always a bright student!). A large part of it was also about waiting patiently for “God” to come and save him, which I’m sure other people find inspiring, but I believe in claiming my own destiny. Eh. The reviewers who said the religious angle isn’t heavy on Amazon were dead wrong.
*I tried to read the personal finance book, but it was all about mortgage and buying a car.. things I won’t really have to deal with until I’m probably 30. If I can afford them at all! lol!
*I am spontaneously adding “How to sell on Etsy” to the list and as done. Because I read it 5x and I deserve the credit for it!
Now, I’m hoping to find a health-related book from the list on tape so I can listen to it in the car. I’m probably going to check out the Age of Insight again since I got 50 pgs into it and it would go along with my artful-ness. 10 months ago