The Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America

The birds in the book are organized according to the bird they are deep down inside. What can I say, I'm extremely pleased with this book. It's displayed on my book shelf next to a little glass bird and a ceramic tile with a Kingfisher on it. I received the book as a Secret Santa… Continue reading The Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America

Author Spotlight: Ann Patchett

Bad news first followed by good... Understandably a prolific writer can't hit a high note every book they write but Commonwealth by Ann Patchett was unfortunately a big disappointment to me. I love all the other works I've read by her.* It's interesting because in general the book was very good. The plot was fine:… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Ann Patchett

The Index Card (Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated)

I'm about to be 28 and I've decided that 2020 will be my year to practice financial health. I started to dapple in practicing saving money this year. I had a very lofty goal that isn't quite working out but I've definitely learned quite a few things and still managed to save a decent amount.… Continue reading The Index Card (Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated)