“We just need to be kinder to ourselves. If we treated ourselves the way we treated our best friend, can you imagine how much better off we would be?”Meghan Markle I Love Me I think one of the biggest problems in the world today is that nobody loves themselves as much as they should. We… Continue reading Day 5 of 5 Days of Love
Have you ever taken the 5 Love Languages quiz? I Love Quality Time I took the quiz back in college when the guy I was dating at the time asked me what my ranking of the five love languages was. I had no idea what that meant so he showed me the quiz and I… Continue reading Day 4 of 5 Days of Love
Who doesn't love being in nature? I Love The Mountains I always thought I was going to be a city girl and when I left for college I was excited to live somewhere "city-like" and away from the mountains but that excitement didn't last long. I really thought that I'd like the city more because… Continue reading Day 3 of 5 Days of Love
In case you didn't already know from reading this blog, I love getting cozy with a book and getting lost in another world. I Love Reading I love reading and in the past year I've even expanded my reading repertoire and have been using Goodreads like a social media platform. I grew up without internet… Continue reading Day 2 of 5 Days of Love
In honor of Valentine's Day this Friday, I wanted to share five things over the course of the next five days that I absolutely love, love, love. I've always believed that Valentine's Day isn't just for couples, it's for expressing your love even more for those you truly care about. I also think it's great… Continue reading Day 1 of 5 Days of Love
Book thirty nine/forty of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Cynthia Hand's The Last Time We Say Goodbye This book was a little hard to read mainly because of the central element of the story being about a teen's suicide and how it affects those close to them. I think Cynthia Hand handles the touchy subject very… Continue reading Book Review: "The Last Time We Say Goodbye"
Book thirty eight of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Rainbow Rowell's Pumpkinheads I've really enjoyed reading Rainbow Rowell's novels and when I found out she had a graphic novel coming out that was fall oriented I was very excited. And I wasn't disappointed. Rowell's writing paired with the illustrations is witty and fun and everything you… Continue reading Book Review: "Pumpkinheads"
Book thirty seven of my 2019 Reading Challenge. The Photography of Game of Thrones So I became a Game of Thrones fan a little later in the game than most and you can read more about that in my blog post here. I managed to get the first seven seasons finished before the eighth premiered… Continue reading Book Review: "The Photography of Game of Thrones"
Book thirty six of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Ken Liu's The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories Short stories are always great to read because they're short and a quick to finish for most readers. They let you get a taste of a story without the commitment of an entire novel. Unfortunately, for me, a book… Continue reading Book Review: "The Paper Menagerie"
Book thirty five of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Amy Poehler's Yes Please I didn't think I'd like non-fiction and biographies in particular but with this reading challenge I wanted to try some new things. Amy Poehler's biography about her life as a comedian and mom was one that I enjoyed a lot. I mean, who… Continue reading Book Review: "Yes Please"
The new year, and new decade for that matter, snuck up on me way too quickly. I feel as though this last year went by in a blink of an eye and now it's over and it's 2020. I've never been a New Year's resolutions type of person and last year I think I set… Continue reading Reflecting on a Decade, Preparing for the Next
Books twenty nine through thirty four of my 2019 Reading Challenge. J.R. Ward's The Black Dagger Brotherhood I was first introduced to J.R. Ward's world of vampires when I was in high school from that dear old bookworm of a friend that I've mentioned before. She owns all the books and let me borrow the… Continue reading Book Review: The Black Dagger Brotherhood Series (1-6)