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The Nature of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner Book Review

Reasons for reading this book The reason I read The Nature of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner is because it was the July book for  The ReadHeads  podcast book club. Since I am a member of this podcast book club I read the book. When I began reading the book I only knew that is was about the San Fransisco earthquake. I was excited to read this book because I start my year of service with AmeriCorps NCCC FEMA in July in California and reading about a natural disaster in the area only seemed fitting for the adventure I am about to embark on. Content of this book Without ever meeting, Sophie agrees to marry Martin Hocking after responding to his newspaper advertisement for a wife and mother to this young daughter Kat. As an Irish immigrant living in New York Sophie is desperate to get out of the city and live a better life. That is why she agrees to marry Martin. From Sophie's understanding Martin has one agenda for this unusual marriage, to look professional and like he has his lif

Digital Bullet Journal Templates

One of my favorite things about planning digitally is that I can create a template page and then copy and paste it into my planner to use over and over again. This not only saves time, but also allows for my planner to look cohesive from start to finish. To learn more about how to make your planner cohesive check out  Elements to Make Your Bullet Journal Cohesive . I plan digitally, using an iPad and the application GoodNotes   Adonit Dash 3 Stylus  from Amazon. These spreads were made on GoodNotes5, but are easily exported to be used on GoodNotes4. If you are curious to why I plan digitally check out my blog post  Switching to a Digital Planner-Paperless Planning . In this blog post I share the bullet journal templates that I use yearly, monthly, and weekly. I also included links to all of the original blog posts that these spreads come from. Those links provide more information on the spread and how to create your own. What I do with the templates that I have created is have a separa