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Oh, Sunday night. Ugh. This is my 175th post for this blog though. At least that makes the sting of a new work week looming a little less sharp.

I've been laughing non-stop at the above listed Chelsea book. Man, her stuff is seriously as funny to me, as it was when I first ever read her work. Like, I'm talking spit up a little on yourself laughing. I snort approximately 6 times a chapter.

I also snagged Don't Sweat the Small Stuff, which I read when I was in high school. I figure it's always a good reminder to not sweat, and it couldn't hurt to apply some of the lessons all over again to life. I wish I remembered which tips I highlighted 10 years ago so I could see how it would fare to what I deem important now. Coulda, woulda, shoulda got myself a crystal ball back then, to know I'd be a blogger looking to have a post idea.

And of course I found a book of Mister Rogers' life quotes and lessons. Naturally, because Mister Rogers was a proponent of different outfit changes in one sitting, I was a fan early on. I was hooked the first time I saw him throw on a light sweater after wearing a tailored jacket just cause. Mister Rogers' wife states in the book that he used to have quotes written on paper stored in his wallet, in his car, his dresser. Ones that made him think, reflect, care a little more about things. Sold! I am all in on this little bitty, darling book that fits so snug in my purse.

This is my reading list currently. What are you reading up on?

Until we meet again,
M

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