Author: Tanya Patrice

Tanya is an avid reader - teenage boy wrangler - husband tamer - knowledge seeker.

23 Things This Week Vol. 13/2020

Weekly Links

How has your week been? I truly hope everyone is being as safe as they can possibly be. The news this week has been horrific … but...

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March Favorites

Favorites • 5 Comments

I’ve spent all of March at home, staying in as much as possible because of this Coronvirus pandemic. This is highly unusual since...

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A Work Planner Setup for 2020

Organizing • One Comment

We’re just about into the third month of 2020, so I’ve had 2 months to figure out which type of planner works best for me, what...

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Keyword Connect [In]

Bookish

Pick any of the keywords for this month from the Monthly Keyword Challenge, or the Monthly Motif Challenge, and make connections. This...

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16 Things This Week [13/2020]

Weekly Links

Like (most of) the rest of the World, I’ve been staying at home and obsessively watching the news about COVID-19 (CNN and BBC)...

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5 Ways to Figure Out What to Read Next When You’re Practicing Social Distancing

Bookish • One Comment

Life as we know it has completely changed recently due to this pandemic that the entire World is experiencing. Most of us are shuttered...

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Winter ABCs [The 2020 Edition]

Life

Inspired by Rhyme & Ribbons ABCs of Winter, I shared my Winter ABC’s last year, and am back again with the 2020 edition –...

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Monthly Book Award Reading Challenge [March Check-In]

Bookish • 4 Comments

Welcome to the March 2020 check-in for the Book Awards Reading Challenge. This month’s task is to read a book (or books) that WON an...

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4 Favorite Multiple Point of View AudioBooks

Bookish

Books where the story is told from multiple points of view can be amazing when done right – showing how different people can look at...

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Workspace Wednesday – Winter 2020 Work From Home Edition

Life • One Comment

I saw a Workspace Wednesday post at In Residence, and loved seeing what someone else’s working day looked like. And to share mine....

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