By Kristen Rogers Anderson
November and December are notoriously GO GO GO months. There’s Thanksgiving and all the prep that comes with it, which gives way to holiday parties and present-buying and OH MY GOD IT’S ALMOST A NEW YEAR?! It’s easy to get ourselves into a tizzy and attempt to do it all. That’s why I’m so happy that the Boho Berry Book Club members voted to read Tonya Dalton’s The Joy of Missing Out this month…could it help us slow down the ride a little?
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For many people the events from November on to the end of the year feel obligatory, like missing out isn’t even an option. But Dalton focuses on a holistic approach to doing less that reaches beyond the social and toward the internal pressure we often put on ourselves to not just do more, but strive more. What if we lightened up on ourselves and expected a little less? Dalton offers strategies in the book to clarify what we actually do want, so that we can joyfully miss out on what doesn’t matter as much.
With so much else on our plates, both literally and figuratively, it sounds like the perfect time to read along with the Boho Berry Book Club and pare down. I hop you’ll join us!
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Kristen Rogers Anderson (@chillinkristen) co-hosts the podcast Guide to the Unknown (gttupod.com), where she and her brother Will Rogers talk about mysteries, the paranormal, urban legends and folklore, but ya know, keep it light. She works as an assistant for Kara Benz and probably packed those Boho Berry stickers in your journal.
Kristen also teaches restorative yoga — basically an assisted nap — and has a major thing for Bravo programming. She loves being outside with her dog, Crumbs, eating good food in restaurants or crappy food in front of the TV with her chef husband, Ryan, and cracking up with her very, very loved friends and family.