Did you make it through Halloween?
As you pilfer the leftover Halloween candy, enjoy the November bucket list. (I have my kids well trained to leave me allllll the Tootsie Rolls and Swedish Fish.) Onto what I’m reading/learning/listening to/watching/wearing this month…
Our November soThis Book Club pick is The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. It’s a Sliding Doors-adjacent story that explores this premise: If you were presented with the opportunity to go back in time and change your life, would you?It’s charming, thought-provoking and utterly readable. I hope you read along with us in November!
Inspired by The Midnight Library, I’ll be digging deeper into the topics of regret, and choice this month. Master mindset coach Nicole Whiting will help facilitate a series of discussions around these themes that are featured in the book. Join the soThis book club to get in on these meaningful conversations
This Swiftie has Midnights on repeat. It’s a “play it all the way through” kind of album, so it’s hard to pick a favorite song, but lately it has been “Bejeweled.” How about you?
It’s a rare show that can make me both laugh and cry, and Derry Girls (Netflix) checks both boxes. This hilarious and smart coming-of-age story is set in the 1990s in Northern Ireland. It follows five friends at a Catholic girls’ school, and trust me, there is no shortage of Catholic/Catholic school humor. The third and final season just dropped in the U.S. If you are new to the show, go back and start watching the first 2 seasons. You are in for a treat!
I have been living in this sweater and it’s now 25% off. It’s from ANN TAYLOR of all places! BTW, a belated thanks, Ann, for hooking me up with my first “business suit” in the ‘90’s. If you add to cart, I would recommend sizing up for a perfect fit.
So, what’s on your November bucket list?