Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle {Book Discussion}

Burnout

Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking The Stress Cycle

by Emily Nagoski, PhD & Amelia Nagoski, DMA

Let’s Talk About BURNOUT…⁣

I first learned about Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle on the 10 Things to Tell You podcast episode #18 about anxiety back in May of 2019. Did you know that in order to deal with stress, you need to complete the actual stress cycle? 🤯⁣

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Everything I Read in October 2020 {Book Recap & Ratings}

October 2020 reading

October Reading…

October was a pretty great month of reading even though it seems like years ago at this point…I had to consult with my book reviews and my Goodreads app to remember all my ratings, so thank goodness for those things! I wish I was the kind of person that kept a book tracking journal or an excel spreadsheet, but I am just not.

Alright, I will try to make this short and sweet so hopefully I can get my November recap up very soon.

Reading Highs & Lows:beach books

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Five Things to Tell You… {September 16th 2020}

Gen The Bookworm

{New Book Releases, Non-Fiction Book Mail, A Fair Play Zoom Event, Soup Season & Curb Side Pickup}

ONE: New Book Releases!

New Book Releases

The Roommate | Don’t Look For Me

There are a couple of great new releases this week! Unless I am reading some engaging non-fiction, I have been all about the chills and the thrills lately… “escape reading” for me at it’s finest. I have still been having a harder time concentrating lately because my mind has been going a mile a minute so I have been needing books I cannot put down. Don’t Look For Me is super dark and engrossing and The Roommate is smart and quite steamy and totally what I first expected! You can look for my full review of Don’t Look For Me later today and The Roommate later this week!

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