In 2018 I (finally) caught the reading bug. Reading has always been fun for me, but to be honest I’ve struggled to enjoy it in the past. I’m a slower reader, but I found that when I pushed past that I really enjoyed what I read. Here are the books that I read this year.
- Wait for Signs by Craig Johnson
- Death Without Company by Craig Johnson
- Artemis by Andy Weir
- Kindness Goes Unpunished by Craig Johnson
- Finish by Jon Acuff
- American Kingpin: The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind behind the Silk Road by Nick Bilton
- Another man’s moccasins by Craig Johnson
- Dark horse by Craig Johnson
- Junkyard Dogs by Craig Johnson
- Hell is Empty by Craig Johnson
- As the Crow Flies by Craig Johnson
- The Expectant Father by Armin A. Brott
- The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer
Books I’m currently reading
- Love Does by Bob Goff
- The New Father: a Dad’s Guide to the First Year by Armin A. Brott
- The Story
- Sowing and Reaping by A.W. Tozer
See you in 2019!
Creativity is not always the art of creating. Sometimes it is seeing the good in something and making it better. As Christine and I passed our one-year wedding anniversary, I have been going through the photos that we took on our honeymoon. I’ve enjoyed reliving the adventures through the photos we took, even amidst of my amateur photographer skills.
Have you ever been asked the question, what do you want to be doing in five years? I certainly have, and to be honest I have always found that question to be difficult to answer. Somehow the response “working a good job” sounds too vague and yet other responses such as “running my own business” seem too scary.
But what if we framed that question differently. Instead of what do you want to be doing in five years, what if we asked who do you want to be in five years?
27. It is hard to believe that is how many times this planet has revolved around the sun with me on it. This time of year usually leads me into reflecting on the previous twelve months as I seek to become a better person. This year is no different, and through that process I made a list of the things I’ve learned. Some of them took a lot longer than others and several I’m relearning.
Are you looking to be inspired; to let your dreams fly and to watch them come to life? This post contains a great video by Jeremy Cowart, professional photographer, and I found it truly inspiring.