Thursday, September 15, 2016

Tea Time with Tiffany #66 - Autumn prayer journals & spiritual reading...

Technical difficulties abound this week, for our regular installment of:

Today I talk about my Fall managing stress series, and a spiritual reading component that I'm going to incorporate in. I hope you'll join me!

Welp. No video this week, this is a first! I have a new technical setup in my office, and I had the microphone settings wrong, so I recorded it with no sound.


I was having a good hair day and everything. :0 But I do have the audio. And I have the video fixed for next week, I promise!

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Items mentioned in this episode:
What do you think, autumn prayer warriors?! Are you in for some journaling and reading this fall? Let me know in the comments. :)


  1. I will definitely be joining for Mother Angelica and Story of a Soul because I have those! I actually started Story of a Soul yesterday (meaning I read the prologue). :0 I'm excited to keep reading. :)

  2. Hi Sam! I am SO glad and can't wait to chat with you about these books!

  3. I've been thinking about spiritual reading too but thinking I should read some of the unread books on my bookshelf. However, I look forward to any tidbits you pass along from yours. First up for me is My Badass Book of Saints (Although since I've had it for less than a week it hasn't made it too the bookshelf yet).

    Have you seen The Way with Martin Sheen? It is about 4 people walking the Camino de Santiago. I saw it several years ago. It is a drama and if I remember correctly all of the characters have their own reasons for walking but they are not particularly religious or devout.

  4. Hi Melanie! I want to read My Badass Book of Saints too. Let me know how it is! And I haven't seen The Way, but I have definitely heard of it! I need to check that out.


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