This new year doesn’t need a new you

This new year doesn't need a new you

The first week of the new year, this highly anticipated year called 2017, is over and I’ve barely scratched the surface of what I had hoped to achieve this week. You see, on the second-last day of 2016, I came down with what I thought was a light cold but […]

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2016 Annual End of Year Survey

Welcome to my 2016 Annual End of Year Survey! Jamie at Perpetual Page Turner has posted her 7th annual end of year survey, and this is my first time doing it. As I’ll soon explain, 2016 wasn’t my best year for reading or blogging. I’m happy to review the year that […]

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Taking care of myself

Hello, my friends! It’s been a long time since we’ve spoken. 2016 has been a strange year and although I started the year in a blogging frenzy, my life turned upside down in May and I needed some time and space to sort myself out. This is largely why I […]

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MONTHLY READING REVIEW #4 | APRIL

april reading review

April was probably my favourite reading month of the year so far, so I apologise in advance if this monthly reading review is particularly gushing. It’s such a joy to read books that excite me and if I can even pass on half of my enthusiasm for some of these […]

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MONTHLY READING REVIEW #3 | MARCH

I’m posting my March reading review in May, because I’m a terrible blogger. I could sit here and bore you with all the reasons why I haven’t posted a single blog post in over six weeks, but I’m sure what you care most about is what I’ve been reading during […]

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Monthly Goals #2 | March

monthly goals march

They’re a few days late, but here (finally!) are my monthly goals for March. I’m going to break up this post under the four headings I used last month again, because I found that to be quite an effective way to articulate my priorities. Under each heading, though, I’m going […]

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MONTHLY READING REVIEW #2 | FEBRUARY

February has been a big month of reading and, in particular, of fiction, which is something I thought would happen (as mentioned in my January monthly reading review) after rekindling my love of fiction last month. One of my February goals was to read ten books, and it’s a goal […]

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