One about grammar; one about random interesting facts about numbers (normally not my thing - although I love maths - but I felt like a total change to take my mind somewhere new); and one about listening to your intuition, which I hope will stop me second, third, and fourth-guessing myself.
And hey, is that an Oxford semicolon I used back there? Because cool!!!
Perks of Being A Wallflower was a pretty decent film, but I can see how it would work even better as a book. It’s on my to-read list… if I ever read fiction again.
I’m listening to an audiobook about boundaries. I need to learn:
* to say no without feeling guilty
*that it’s ok and even kind to set limits
* that I can’t do everything or help everyone and no one sane expects me to.
* that boundaries are a kindness to others. They make people feel less anxious because they know where they stand, and it gives them permission to set their own boundaries, too.
* that if I spread myself too thinly, everybody loses.
* how to do all this without cringeing myself into a coma.
I lost respect for the audiobook I’m listening to when the narrator read: “…Historians consider the first sculptor of note to be Daedalus, WHOM supposedly lived around 1100 BCE…”