Self Help


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Three years ago, I reviewed a book by Lisa Whelchel called Friendship for Grown-ups: What I Missed & Learned Along the Way. Lisa talked about how she was on this show that was all about the strength and support that comes from having close female relationships, yet she was all alone.  Lisa’s words spoke […]

Friendship for Grown-ups: A Look Back


Witness to Fitness by Donna Richardson Joyner Book Review {Living Outside the Stacks} 3 comments
BOOK DESCRIPTION (FROM THE BACK OF THE BOOK) A 28~day program to help you lose weight while you nourish both your body and your soul. In Witness to Fitness, Donna Richardson Joyner brings together faith, food, and fitness in a way no one else has done before. She inspires the […]

Witness to Fitness: Pumped Up! Powered Up! All Things are ...


Jolt! by Phil Cooke
BOOK DESCRIPTION (FROM THE BACK OF THE BOOK) In Jolt! television producer, social media guru, and cultural commentator Phil Cooke helps you discover how you can navigate today’s culture of disruption and actually use it to your advantage.  You’ll learn that changing a company and changing your life are based […]

Book Review: Jolt!: Get the Jump on a ...



What to Read When 2 comments
Even though I’m a librarian, I sometimes have trouble finding age appropriate books.  Don’t believe me?  Then read this post.  I mean, I know how to help college students conduct research, I know how to preserve documents and I know how to make early American history relevant to today’s present […]

Book Review: What to Read When by Pam Allyn