Wednesday, March 2, 2011

It's March...It's Wednesday....How do you find balance?

I'm anxiously awaiting spring, sunshine and flowers, colors instead of the white of snow. We've had a rough winter here. I have not had as much time to read with working, health issues and the stress of life lately. Work has been challenging and it was pointed out to me the other day that there are only 12 more Fridays. Since this is the first year that I'm working in the schools (part time), I definitely appreciate the school breaks, especially summer break.  For those who have a family, work part time or full time, blog, read and review books and everyone who  has a busy life in do you find balance?

I have several books that I'll be reviewing and reading this month of March. I will have to find a nice cozy corner somewhere and hide away to get a chance to read and catch up. I'll be highlighting and reviewing the following books this month, as well as having a few giveaways and an author guest post:

Letters From HomeMiss Scarlet's School of Patternless SewingThe Forgotten Garden: A NovelFlavors31 Bond Street: A Novel (P.S.)

Miss Scarlet's  School of Patternless Sewing by Kathy Cano-Murillo , Hachette blog tour

The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton, March Book Club


  1. If you figure out how to balance it all, let me know! Just do the best you can and don't worry about it.

  2. Oh that balancing act! Some weeks are definitely better than others. Of course, it helps if nothing out of the ordinary pops up in a week. But then those are so often the things that make life fun and interesting!

  3. Hope you're feeling better, Bonnie! ♡

  4. I laughed out loud when I saw you counting down the Fridays! I love, love, love the school breaks, but am always happy to see my students when it's time to go back.

    I know exactly how you are feeling regarding the attempt to balance it all. I've decided that I can't, so I just go with the flow. Sometimes one area is heavier than others, but then it swings the other way before I know it. I've been relying on my commute time for the majority of my reading (listening). For now that is the best I can do. Good luck in your search for balance. :)

  5. If you ever find out the recipe to a happy balance be sure to let me know. In the winter lots of stuff goes by the wayside, like heavy duty cleaning!! :) Something always seems to slip by me but oh well!!! Just do the best you can and enjoy your life that's my motto!!


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