Hello adventurers! Hope August has been treating you well! In addition to traveling, I LOVE to read! Here are a three books that are sure to delight adventurers of all ages. [Disclaimer: I selected and purchased these books myself with no encouragement from a supplier or author. I am using affiliate links to help support… Read More 3 adventurous books!
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Dreams. Disney princesses and Fleetwood Mac have sung about them. Some Native American tribes have fashioned dreamcatchers as protective charms. The field of psychology has devoted years of research to dream interpretation. For an intangible, transitory entity, dreams get a lot of attention. There are several references to dreams and visions in Scripture: An angel… Read More Sunday Short: Dreams
Hello, adventurers! Well, it’s pouring snow in Indiana, so I think it’s a perfect time to write a cozy blog post. First things first, I have a new Facebook page! If you’re in the U.S., check out Bargain Hunting by Petiteloulou. Some of the tips may apply to other countries, but most of the couponing works… Read More Thrifty Thursday: Sunday paper ideas + New FB page!
Hello, adventurers! I’m staring at the screen with tired, bloodshot eyes because I’m too excited to take a break. My e-book Echoes: A Midwestern Girl’s Stories is now available on Amazon.com for Kindle readers! It’s not perfect. I’m new to the formatting game. But it’s done. I’m so happy. I love hearing stories, writing stories, and reading… Read More Echoes: My first e-book! 🙂
Hello, adventurers! I hope your day is going swimmingly. ☺ Recently, I was pondering The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, a novella I read in a college Latina Literature class. I particularly enjoyed the following passage: As a 25-year-old single college student at the time, I was comforted that a successful author had… Read More A house of my own: Reflecting upon Sandra Cisneros’ writings
Hi adventurers! The other day I was thinking about my college days and one class, Advanced Speech, popped into my head. We were assigned a speech which we were to deliver in TED Talk style. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design. TED.com features brief talks on myriad topics that fall within the categories above.… Read More Monday Musings: TED, reading, and roads
I had to share this list. I particularly like the one about throwing your phone in the ocean. 😉 Petiteloulou Here’s a short list of tips that have helped me form good reading habits over the years. Source: How to Read More