Quick Lit: Mystery, Romance, and Politics

My reading habits have been so up and down in the last two months (hello, pandemic stress!), but I’ve finally gotten my groove back a little bit. Here’s my December Quick Lit post, featuring some of the books I’ve recently read or am currently reading! (It’s a VERY random assortment, so I think there’s something for everyone!)

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Quick Lit: Bakers, Rogues, Roses, and Beetles

This month, I’m joining in a round of Quick Lit, a rundown of the books I’ve read over the past month. (I was inspired to do this by Anne Bogel — you can read her October Quick Lit post here!) This month has been a real grab bag for me: lots of mystery and romance, which have been staples for me in 2020, and some non-fiction, too.

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A Freelancer’s Tips for Working from Home

This year has been a seismic shift in the way that many of us work, with lots of employees logging in remotely from home during the pandemic. For me, though, it wasn’t really that different. I’ve worked at home exclusively for five years, and during that time, I’ve developed some tried-and-true methods for success while working remotely.

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