June 2, 2022
For the next little while, as I settle into the habit of walking and sharing my accountability and photos…
… I will be sharing posts about books I’ve read in previous years.
You may have read the original posts – or not – but I encourage you to take a look either way. Sometimes, little lessons pop out of something you saw differently the first time, you know?
In the meantime, I will try to add books back into my daily habit as I go along. For now, my goal is to walk 3000+ steps a day as quickly as possible, without injuring myself. I wrenched my knee while traveling in May and still haven’t recovered. But I managed to walk 2000 steps today and work up a sweat doing it. Yay, me!
This book is one of the very, VERY good ones. Anything by Brown IS! Hope you enjoy!
Introductory Note: Brené Brown has a beautiful name with an accent over the e (as shown here). I had a heck of a time getting my keyboard to cooperate – in fact, it didn’t. I apologize for every missing accent in this post. It seems apropos (<– I suspect there’s an accent in this word, too) that I not kill myself trying to make it work in a post about perfection and shame.
I’ve talked about the fabulous Brene Brown before. She’s a dynamo, powerhouse, and force to be reckoned with in the world of self-help, perfection, and shame work!
I Thought it Was Just Me by Brene Brown, Ph.D., L.M.S.W. seems like a companion piece to The Gifts of ImperfectionWell, actually, it kind of takes off from where the former ended… except that’s not exactly right either. I read somewhere that it was originally self-published… before…
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