Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman

Mar 22

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman

Spoiler alert: She is actually doing quite terribly! I loved this debut novel by Gail Honeyman. Eleanor has a decidedly dreadful mother. She is abusive on many levels. Eleanor manages to survive childhood and becomes an office worker. She has little to no social interaction, she is hyper-focused on grammar and doing things properly, she is a closet alcoholic, and...

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Doing “Good Work” in the Second Half of Life

Mar 16

This is a sponsored post. Doing “Good Work” in the Second Half of Life It is never too late to do work which can make a significant impact in someone else’s life. If you are on the verge of retirement and considering new opportunities, jobs in a nonprofit organization could be the perfect fit. It is no secret that Baby Boomers are reinventing retirement and many...

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Make it Count in the New Year

Jan 22

Make it Count in the New Year

This post is sponsored by Metro Decatur Dental Group PC Make it Count in the New Year Hey everyone! I hope you all are having a great month of January, so far. We are officially rocking 2018 and I hope you are on your way to make your dreams happen this year! I know for me, personally, I have a lot of financial and work goals on my list for 2018. I also have quite a...

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The Other Einstein – Marie Benedict

Jan 16

The Other Einstein – Marie Benedict

This book is a work of historical fiction. Author Marie Benedict attempts to unravel the history behind Albert Einstein’s first wife (and mother to his children) Mileva “Mitza” Marić. Mitza is of Serbian decent and crazy smart. I like the untold stories of women who were fascinating in their own right, but were overshadowed by men (much like The Paris Wife.)...

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