Reading People

So I've always loved personality tests. But I've never really known what to do with the information other than adding it to the list of labels used to understand myself. Anne Bogel changed that for me.  Reading People jumps into several of the most common personality frameworks and cuts through all of the research overload to …

book drought

I've hit a low. Most afternoon and evenings I recharge with books and seem to have the all-too-often experience of all of my library holds becoming available to me at the exact same time. But not this week. I have hardly read a page. My mind feels the effect. I'm sluggish and full of fog. For …

Looking for Lovely

Her bio line reads "a huge fan of bands with banjos, glitter, her community of friends, boiled peanuts, and football". How could I not love her? Annie Downs is pure gold. She's a Georgia girl I first heard stories about from my dear friends Jake and Melissa Hunt. They were college buddies and the Hunt …

Who am I?

I'm a sucker for quizzes. Thanks to the 90's and Seventeen Magazine,  I can tell you my personality based on the shape of my lipstick. I can tell you my dream vacation based on my prom dress color (junior year-grey blue, senior year- butter) and whether I'm a Monica, a Rachel or a Phoebe (Monica). …