Gratitude List – Day 1

One of our wellness programs at work is through a company called Keas (LOVE them…they make improving health and wellness fun!) and each week during the challenge, we are to choose goals. This week I decided to pick the Gratitude List…and while I’m a big believer in expressing gratitude on a daily basis, not just […]

A Strongly Worded Letter (IGGPPC Summer Camp Writing Project_

Another feature at IGGPPC Summer Camp this year was a creative writing project called “Write a Letter to Your Nemesis” – the idea was to pair up with another Iggle and exchange letters written from the perspective of an infamous duo (Batman/Joker, Doctor Who/Dalek, Peter Pan/Hook, Alice/The Queen of Hearts…you get the idea!) I didn’t […]

Book Review – “Etiquette & Espionage (Finishing School #1) by Gail Carriger

Book: Etiquette & Espionage (Finishing School #1) Author: Gail Carriger eBook/Kindle Pages: 307 Genre(s): steampunk, fantasy, young adult/teen, adventure, science fiction, humor Description from Goodreads: “It’s one thing to learn to curtsy properly. It’s quite another to learn to curtsy and throw a knife at the same time. Welcome to Finishing School. Fourteen-year-old Sophronia is […]

Book Review – “Confidence: The Diary of an Invisible Girl” by Paige Lavoie

Book: Confidence: The Diary of an Invisible Girl Author: Paige Lavoie Advanced Reader’s Copy (ARC) PDF Pages: 254 Genre(s): Geek Girls, coming of age, diary, popular kids, guilty pleasures, comics, conventions, light romance (mostly just crushes/infatuation) Description from Goodreads: “Comic-book-obsessed Barbara Jenkins’ idea of an exciting night consists mostly of fan fiction and frozen pizza-that […]

Summer in the City

….OK, so technically it isn’t officially summer. But we’re past Memorial Day, and in my book that’s the start of summer! Longer days, beautiful weather, and lots of fresh air – these days are meant to be enjoyed…and working full time can make that a little tricky. I do my best to get away a lunch […]