- Continuing to walk or run as many days as possible.
- Sleeping at least seven hours each night.
- Identifying coping strategies for my upcoming "busy season" at work.
What I Read
- In Print —
- Strength and Stillness: A Message for Woman by Patricia T. Holland. (Inspiration for my #OneLittleWord2018 STRONG.)
- Piecing Me Together by Renée Watson. (Winner of 2018 Newbery Honor and 2018 Coretta Scott King Award.)
- At Home in the World: Reflections on Belonging While Wandering the Globe by Tsh Oxenreider. (The subtitle says it all.)
- Not Becoming My Mother: And Other Things She Taught Me Along the Way by Ruth Reichl. (First pick for the reading group my sisters and our mom started this year.)
- On My Kindle —
- The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women by Kate Moore. (Read for a Facebook book club I joined.)
- Dear Martin by Nic Stone. (Absolutely terrific!)
- Via Audio —
- A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline. (Neighborhood book club pick.)
- All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater. (Strange but beautiful. I love me some Maggie!)
- The Contrite Spirit: How the Temple Helps Us Apply Christ's Atonement by Bruce C. Hafen and Marie K. Hafen. (Several insights I'd like to explore further.)
What I Watched
- Two episodes of Sherlock via NetFlix.
- Four episodes of The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu.
- One movie via NetFlix — Still Alice (2014).
- One movie in the theater — The Last Jedi (2017).
Where I Traveled
Los Angeles for a three-day weekend (where I basked in the sunshine and enjoyed the sand between my toes)!
What I Saw
- A preview of the Los Angeles production of the new musical Allegiance.
- Four BYU Women's Basketball games at the Marriott Center.
Some Other Places I Went
- The Salt Lake Temple.
- The Draper Temple.
- The Los Angeles Temple.
What I Read and/or Studied in the Bible
- The Books of Ecclesiastes and Job.
- Part of the Book of Exodus, with She Reads Truth's Lenten Study "See the Lord's Salvation."
What I Celebrated
- My husband Dan's birthday. (Twice! With a third celebration planned for March 2.)
Biggest Expenditure of the Month
- Hotel charges in Los Angeles.
What I'm Most Looking Forward to in March
- March Madness.
- Spring Equinox.