I don’t usually make monthly resolutions, but I’ve decided to make one for February:
Memorize the order of the books in the Bible.
Totally do-able, right?! I hope so.
Have you memorized them? Any tips you’d like to share?!
Things I’ve Read on the Web
// Seven Signs You’re Way Too Busy: “Life doesn’t have to be lived on the edge of burnout. It’s crucial to start breaking busy before the busy starts breaking you. And breaking busy doesn’t mean you have to do less (unless that is, in fact, what you need to do), it means you give your time and energy to the things that you are created to do, not the things you feel you should do out of obligation or expectation.” (here)
// Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Nomination: “Hillary Clinton is the right choice for the Democrats to present a vision for America that is radically different from the one that leading Republican candidates offer – a vision in which middle-class Americans have a real shot at prosperity, women’s rights are enhanced, undocumented immigrants are given a chance at legitimacy, international alliances are nurtured and the country is kept safe.” (here)
// A Psychologist’s Open Letter to U.S. Voters: “Politicians are groomed by us—by our applause, by our polls, by our votes. Whatever you seem to love or hate, they’ll embrace or reject. So be careful what you applaud or attack. It matters what they—and all the little future leaders watching them—think you want in a leader.” (here)
// Nine Books for Your New Year’s Resolution: “It’s resolution season, when we all have a fresh start, a clean slate, and plenty of good intentions. But if you actually want to keep those resolutions, it’s time to get serious about forming the right habits and minding the right things. These 9 books will help you do just that.” (here)
I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Do you have any extra-special plans? Attending a Superbowl party, perhaps?