Friday, March 11, 2016

five on friday

five on friday
I have 5+ links to share with you. :)

1. The 1 Thing That Gets Me Out of Bed Every Day by Hilary White
"I do something very simple- and this thing pushes everything else out of my head so that I can focus on getting up and going forward. I find one thing in the upcoming day to be really, truly excited about." For me it's usually reading.

2. The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin
I am currently reading The Rosie Effect. I read The Rosie Project earlier this month and it is now one of my favorite books. I will be reading The Mountain Between Us next after seeing it on this list of 12 Love Stories to Read Before They're Movies by Shannon Vestal Robson.

I read Me Before You, which is also on that list. Loved it and can't wait for the movie this summer. You can find my very short review of Me Before You here.  (I also discuss my "reading the books before I watch the movies" project in that post).

Anyway, I will be doing an official post later this month about this, but I can't help myself- I'm inviting friends and blog readers to join me in reading The Mountain Between Us. It'll be a virtual book club. See if you can get your hands on a copy of it! I'm thinking we can start reading in April.

3. Subject change- The 8-Step Guide to Power Cleaning Your Bedroom in 1 Hour by Ashley Paige
I will be dedicating 1 hour to cleaning my bedroom next week (spring break!).

4. Also on another note- Humility Goes a Long Way in a Relationship by April Eldemire
Food for thought: "The next time you find yourself in a conflict with your partner, remember that your perspectives are equally right and justifiable. You are both in the same place trying to defend it. Instead, seek understanding of your partner’s stance and express humility so that your relationship can move past perpetual arguments and into more universal acceptance."

5. Finally- Re:Solution :: The Better Question // Something to Show for It // Pro-Motion by Andy Stanley on the podcast Your Move
I've been listened to this series for the past 2 weeks. The series is about considering goals for the year beyond making ourselves better. He suggests considering goals that will make the world better. And it begins by asking the questions: "What breaks your heart?" and "What should be done around you?" (in your community, in your neighborhood, in your city, in your country ... around the world).

See more Five on Friday posts here.

Photo by Barbara M. // cc