This morning I allowed myself a brief respite from work/school/life....
My favorite blog recommended the Shangri-La Diet book..(Creating Passionate Users: The strangest, easiest way to lose weight.) VERY intriguing...I just picked it up and it's certainly one of those things that can't hurt to try. There is a very interesting "interlude" about the blogosphere in the book as well.
While @ Barnes and Noble, I ran across this book -
Mario Tailgates NASCAR Style
I had to do a double take...is there really a niche market for this book?!?
It did highlight this series, which is expensive, but looks like a good teaching tool/reference:
On a final side note, I have been thinking a lot about my blog lately. I break a lot of "blog rules" by not having a focused topic or a real point to what I am doing. My purpose is selfish, in that I am studying and negotiating what I decide to put about myself out to the blogosphere and my 3, maybe 4 readers. Obviously, I have really moved towards the food blog genre, and I'm thinking about sticking to that...but does it really matter? I'm not trying to become a famous blogger...so is it ok to break the "rules"?
I almost forgot...my bro-in-law brought me one of these!!! Whipped dessert anyone?!?