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October’s Reading

Where did the time go?

Where did the time go?

I can’t believe how late this post is. This was suppose to have been posted about October 20th-ish. It’s no longer October. Ugh. How did that happen?

So, I can either hang my head or trudge on through. Hanging my head didn’t accomplish much. So, with no further self-lashing, here is a digest of what I read last month.

I finished eleven books this month. Eight of them were nonfiction, and three were mysteries. Two of the mysteries I reviewed over on Killer Nashville. Doing reviews for Killer Nashville introduces me to writers I might not normally come across. Continue reading

You’ve Got a Message

Receiving a timely message.

Do you know that you have a message? Not on your phone but one that God wants you  to share with others?

Does that fill you with excitement or dread? Go over to my post on Edie Melson’s The Write Conversation to see four messages we all have that our world is desperate to hear.

And learn where we can get the courage to share our stories with others.

Thanks for stopping by.

Managing Your Schedule

timingreenville Managing You Schedule

September has arrived. Whether it’s returning to school or enjoying the last of your summer vacations, fall is a time of changes to your schedule.

Unfortunately, that means having more on your plate than you can handle.

Sometimes, instead of feeling like you’re managing your schedule, it feels like it’s managing you.  [/ctt]

Earlier, I had a post on Edie Melson’s, The Write Conversation, with some tips to keep your schedule from getting out of control.

You can read the post here.

You can also get the book I mention, Impactivity by Tracy Higley here.

I would love to hear your tips on not letting life run over you, but still be all God’s called us to be. Just leave your thoughts in the comments.

Thank you for reading and have a blessed rest of the year.

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