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It's been 100 years since I've done a weekly roundup but I thought I would share a few of my favorite articles from this week to help get you through your Friday/weekend!
Read any amazing articles this week? Let me know in the comments!
One of my main concerns when I started my new job was that I had zero free time. This means my "to read" stack just kept growing and growing. Now that I find myself funemployed, I have all the time in the world to dive into a few new books. Funemployment couldn't have come at a better time because one of my favorite writers, Colleen Hoover, just released her latest novel, It Ends With Us.Read More
Check out the most recent book I read & LOVED + a GIVEAWAY!Read More
Protein Powder Cooking...Beyond the Shake by Courtney Nielsen is a new cookbook that will help you ditch boring shakes for quick and hearty protein-packed baked treats that boost metabolism and build muscle.The 200 quick-and-easy recipes provide a clever way to supercharge your diet with whey, soy, and casein while unleashing the amazing benefits of protein powder to increase energy, build muscle and boost weight loss.Read More
When drug cartels, in search of a sacred obsidian knife once held by Aztec emperor Ahuitzotl, begin vandalizing ancient Aztec sites throughout Mexico, the government reaches out to the U.S. State Department for help. Dr. Jon Barrett, an archaeologist and pre-Colombian weapons expert, is sent to find and rescue the knife before the cartels can claim it, and journeys to Cuernavaca with his wife, Susanna.Read More
had the pleasure of being sent an early copy of Love Incorporated (out Feb 14th) and loved it. Jennifer focuses on Four Key Insights that make up this book. These insights are a guide to creating a business (and life) doing what you love. Jennifer stresses that you don’t need to sacrifice your passion, spirit or integrity to have an abundant business.Read More
Texan and fellow Avett Bro's lover, Colleen Hoover, has to be one of my favorite writers currently. Ever since April convinced me to read Hopeless in July 2014, I have been flying through Hoover's books with the speed and tenacity that I should have used when it came to school reading assignments. I love her books because at 28, I feel like I have lived through enough crazy friend/guy drama to be able to relate to most of the storylines at least a little.Read More
Due to a 3rd grade teacher who was a total b-word and convinced me that I wasn't a good reader, I had a love hate relationship with reading for a long time. Thankfully, I am over all that now!Read More