Book Review Rating 4/5 A powerful book portraying how abuse follows you through to adulthood. "Bride", as she now calls herself was formerly known as Lula Ann as a child. Born with a "blue-black" complexion, her father deserted her and separated from her mother when she was just three years old, leaving her mother to … Continue reading BookFuse Review- God Help the Child by Toni Morrison
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Book Review of Black Venus by James MacManus.
It has been an exciting year so far. This year so far has been one of reflection, trying new challenges and slowly getting to know the real me. And I am enjoying every single minute of it. Looking Back In January, I wrote about how 2019 was not a year to start new resolutions but … Continue reading My Reading Journey so far…
Bookish Beck Finished Reading Way of the Peaceful Warrior by Dan MillMan: Amazon, Goodreads When I picked up this book, I knew it was one of those books which I had to take my time with. So throughout May, my attention was solely focused on reading this book slowly. Millman takes you on a journey … Continue reading May Book Roundup
As Dementia awareness week comes to a close, I thought it might be important to relay some important websites that may prove useful to those who have dementia, are caring for those who have dementia or would just like to know more about it. This is not an exhaustive list, but it is a start … Continue reading Dementia Useful Info
An excerpt from an article I wrote for Live your life on purpose, published on Medium. By constantly praising them on their innate behavior such as how intelligent they are, instead of praising them on how capable they were to learn, can path their way to a fixed mindset instead of a growth mindset. If you … Continue reading Praise them in a way that will stay with them a life time
Bookish Beck Throughout April, I was able to finish most of the books I borrowed from the library, including these little gems: Roar by Cecelia Ahern = Amazon, Goodreads Before I knew by Jamie Beck = Amazon, Goodreads Currently Reading Rainbow in the cloud by Maya Angelou = Amazon, Goodreads The Dangerous Kind by Deborah … Continue reading May Library Checkout
An excerpt from my article, published by One Table, One World, on Medium My Table consists of new faces I meet everyday. My table consists of who I build a relationship with. My table consists of the love of my job. My table is my reminder of new friendships I’ve gained. This article was written as an reminder of who I meet everyday, … Continue reading My Table
If anyone follows my instagram account, you will see that I am restarting my faith journey. https://www.instagram.com/p/BxZztmhg9jg/ Instagram It has not been a easy couple of months and as I start my life journey for a better life for myself, my kids and my family, my faith also needs to be taken care of. If … Continue reading Faith Journey
A little late, but here none the less! It has been an extraordinary month of starting new things and strengthening existing ones. So lets begin with; Starting New Hobbies Knitting I started to knit when I was young. It was a hobby which I picked up from my mother and have loved since. Knitting has … Continue reading April Books and excuses