Quick Thoughts: Write It Down
Do you have brilliant thoughts that flash in your head at random times and then disappear soon after? Me too!
Why don’t we write them down?
Maybe your insight is just what the world needs.
Maybe you look back a day or a week later and find that brilliant thought wasn’t so brilliant after all.
But you’ll never know unless you write it down!
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My book recommendation for this month isn’t exactly a book in the sense we usually think of one. It’s not a novel or a memoir or even a how-to. Rather, it’s a book that’s partially already written and partially waiting to be written by me. I’m talking about a reading journal.
Your life isn’t the same as mine; the things I find valuable might be useless to you. But then again, you might find value in them too.
And one of the things I’m finding value in right now is My Reading Life, a book journal created by Anne Bogel.
Rebecca has a passion for helping you fill the world with great literature and making sure said literature doesn't get passed over for the lack of a little editing.