With Jay on his way to Italy for 10 days (eek), I have a lot of alone time coming up and am planning to do lots of snacking, Netflixing, and of course reading! Here’s what I’m reading right now and a few things I’m planning to start next week.
Work Book (for lunch time reading):
The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin – I should be finishing up this book today at lunch. Overall, it was an insightful and helpful read. Sure, there were parts that got a bit too philosophical for me, but I came away with ideas for a few positive changes in both my attitude and actions.
A Room With a View by E.M. Forster – This classic romance was selected purely to fulfill one of the categories on my book challenge. A good example of how this challenge is forcing me to select books I normally would pass over.
The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss – I’ve been meaning to read the second book in this series for a few months and now I can’t put it down!
London by Eyewitness Travel – Don’t make fun of me…but I love reading travel guides like novels before leaving for our trips : )
Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty – It’s been a few months since my last Moriarty, so when I saw this was available from the library I snagged it.
Caught by Harlen Coben – A coworker recommended this murder mystery after she flew through it in a week. It has been fast-paced thus far and apparently has a few great plot twists toward the end.
From Around the Web:
Google Trip Planner – A quick and easy snapshot of destinations around the world, including flights, hotels, and itineraries.
25 Podcasts for Readers – If you’re new to the podcast game like me, this might be a good place to start.
Traveling During a State Dept Warning – A decent article on the whether or not you should travel to Europe over the next few months. We have a big trip to London and Paris in May and have no plans to cancel or delay.
As usual, I’m linking up with Modern Mrs Darcy!
What books are you planning to read this weekend?
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