A while ago, my wife hit me with some very serious truth,
“You read a ton about theology and philosophy, but you don’t struggle with that.”
Her follow up comments gave me some hints at things I struggle with, so I decided to start reading along those lines. Earlier in the summer, I read Crazy Busy and learned a lot about my issues with always being on-the-go. This month, I took a tip from fellow ChurchMag-er, KC Procter, and read Manage Your Day-to-Day edited by Jocelyn K. Glei.
Written by a cadre of creatives, the book offers really insightful ideas about how to build a better routine, stay focused, etc. It’s definitely a book that, though small, requires two readings so that you can be back over sections that really stood out on the first time through.