In which Rachel wraps up January 2016

Well, it’s been an eventful month for me. I started my EMT class and training for a new volunteer opportunity. And I put in my 2-weeks’ notice at work (next week will be my last). I didn’t set out to make the New Year a mini-rebirth, but I feel like a lot of good changes are coming for me soon.

My week was uneventful (thankfully). I  had my first exam for the EMT class and got a suitable grade. Below are my blogging & reading achievements for the week. 

Lectures



Posts



Currently Reading



Completed 



Watched



Acquired

February Plans


For next month month many of my books will be modernist for the Reluctant Romantic challenge over at Doing Dewey. 


This update is posted to Stacking the Shelves @Tynga’sReviewsSunday Salon, Sunday Post @CaffeinatedBookReviewer,   @MailboxMonday, It’s Monday What are You Reading @BookDate

22 thoughts on “In which Rachel wraps up January 2016

  1. Congratulations on making some big changes in your life. I have always thought that being an EMT would be very rewarding. I have had my eye on the new Jim Butcher book and am very curious about that one. Enjoy!

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  2. Whoa. I've missed a lot while I've been gone (father had surgery last week and getting ready for that, trip to Baltimore, etc.). My wife was an EMT for a while and is now a 911 dispatcher, so from her, I know those classes aren't easy. AND THEN you're going to be working with sex offenders too. Whoa, again…and in an impressive way. Good luck and continued success with all the changes you're undertaking.

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  3. Congratulations on making all these changes in your life. Change can be scary, but it is necessary to grow and be who you are meant to be. I keep seeing Jim Butcher books on peoples STS. I think the covers are amazing so I need to check them out.

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  4. Yay! I'm excited for you about all the new things going on in your life 🙂 Thanks for joining in on the Reluctant Romantic challenge! I'm excited to hear about the books you pick up, especially since I expect they'll be books outside of my comfort zone too.

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