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Kindness and Wonder, Why Mr. Rogers Matters Now More Than Ever by Gavin Edwards

"Don't you like to be with real people? People who aren't afraid to make mistakes, and people who just know that life is a gift and relish in it?" Fred Rogers One of the most terrifying moments of television for me was when Mr. Rogers was on Candid Camera. I watched Mr. Rogers on PBS… Continue reading Kindness and Wonder, Why Mr. Rogers Matters Now More Than Ever by Gavin Edwards

all ages · nonfiction

A Glorious Freedom: Older Women Leading Extraordinary Lives by Lisa Congdon

I was far from cool my whole life. Doing anything different bothered people from the age of 10 to about 23 when suddenly, being different was fascinating and all the odd and unusual things I had been doing my whole childhood made me interesting instead of weird. Whether weird or interesting, doing stuff made me… Continue reading A Glorious Freedom: Older Women Leading Extraordinary Lives by Lisa Congdon

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The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin is the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Happiness Project. She is well regarded in the self-help circles for inspiring people to become happier and healthier through a change in mind-set and by forming positive habits. She has excellent ideas about time management and it is clear that she is hard working and… Continue reading The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

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The Forking Trolley, An Ethical Journey to The Good Place by James M. Russell

I have been enjoying the popular television show, The Good Place, for several seasons now. When I saw the book The Forking Trolley, an Ethical Journey to the Good Place by James M. Russel, I had to pick it up. If a book made into a movie is good, how good would a book based on… Continue reading The Forking Trolley, An Ethical Journey to The Good Place by James M. Russell