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But as I flip on the porcelain lamp, sitting atop a classic Peter Pan book, the room appears to be complete. Maybe too complete. It’s baffling to think that less than three months ago, this space was a disaster. The walls were bare, there was a hole in the ceiling and we didn’t own a single item fit for a baby. No crib. No rocking chair. No teeny, tiny little footed pajamas. But now I just look around the room, and it’s waiting for her. The antique Jenny Lind crib in the corner with the freshly laundered sheets. The Cypress floating shelves Tyler insisted on building himself. The delicate quilt my Mawmaw had crocheted for her, before she passed away just last month. The teddy bear named Annie that I toted around as a child. It’s all here, just waiting.
Best Books I Read in 2018
2018 marked the second year in a row I’ve set a goal for the number of books I want to read. It’s also the second year in a row that I failed to reach that goal.
I still believe I read more books than I would have if I didn’t have a goal, so I’m ok with it.
I did a post like this last year, and you guys really seemed to like it. So I decided to do another one. This year I read some great stuff, some good stuff and some just ok stuff. So let’s get to it. Here are the best books I read in 2018 (by category, because I’m a fan of those).
How to Stick to Your Goals in 2019
This year, I want to help you make real changes that last all the way through next Christmas. That’s why I’ve created the 2019 Goal-Crushers Group. By joining this free group, you will receive a worksheet where you can write out your personal, professional, physical, spiritual and financial goals for the new year. We’ll then break them down into smaller quarterly goals so you can measure your progress. I’ll send out an email to the group at the end of every quarter checking in and reminding you not to give up.