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December Wrap-Up and January Goals

Happy New Year! Can you believe it’s 2019 already?! I feel like 2018 was both super long and super short. Some months dragged on and others went by within the blink of an eye. I have to admit that I’m pretty glad to be seeing the end of 2018. It wasn’t a terrible year for me, not really. I went back to college, applied for university, got engaged, booked a holiday to Disney, and achieved some pretty amazing things in terms of my anxiety. I worked hard to conquer as many  ...

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November Wrap-Up and December Goals

November was a very bad month for reading. I read one book. And half of another! I know, I know. It’s pretty poor. My defence is that I’ve been super busy lately with college work. I’ve had a criminology and psychology exam so far and have sociology exam next week! I’ve got three presentations in the same week. All my hard work is paying off because I ACED MY EXAMS WITH A DISTINCTION! I’m so proud of my results. I was convinced I had failed my psychology exam  ...

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October Wrap-Up and November Goals

I finally finished Children of Blood and Bone, yaaaas! October was a better month for reading compared to the last couple of months. While I didn’t get to completely stick to the TBR I had set myself for the month, I did manage to read five and a half books. A half because I was pretty much two thirds through another by the end of the month but only finished it yesterday. Don’t look at me like that, it counts! I can’t tell you how happy I was to finish this book at last. I  ...

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August Wrap-Up

It’s September! Yay for cooler weather, cozy jumpers, and sitting in front of the fire with a book and a mug of hot chocolate filled to the brim with marshmallows! That is my idea of perfection. I love autumn and everything about it. This month wasn’t the best for reading – I only managed to finish four books, which I guess isn’t too shabby. Unintentionally, I had a bit of a red theme going on with these!

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