As this is the last Weekly Lists for 40 Days of Blogging, I figured I’d do something a bit different. So no books, today, but some of my favourite instagram accounts. Whether I love them because of their personality, because of their theme or just plain old because of their beautiful photographs? These are the accounts… Read More Weekly Lists #176: Favourite Instagram Accounts
You know I like a series that focuses on the different people in one location. I loved it in Summerhill, I loved it in Laurel Heights … And now, apparently, I love it in Willoughby Close! This series features the people that come to live in the converted stables of Willoughby Close – each of… Read More Series in Review #9: Willoughby Close
This is another post I’m writing for the Bookending Spring 2019 Event, and quite frankly… It’s probably a subject I should’ve spoken about long before this. After all, throughout high school, college, and even now, in my working life? Unorganisation is something of a common thread. So let’s get into Charvi’s prompt, over at Not… Read More Unorganisation: The Bane of My Existence – Or Not
Everyone has them, right? The friends from university that your life is, somehow, intrinsically linked to? After all, going through that many highs and lows together is bound to leave some sort of mark on you. So just imagine: 10 years on… And you see each other again. The boy (man) you almost had a… Read More About Books #72: The Time of Our Lives
As part of the Bookending Spring 2019 edition, I’m taking on Theresa @The Calico Books‘ prompt. Sure, this is technically yesterday’s prompt, but, you know… You mustn’t mess with Weekly Lists, right? And either way, I needed more time to think about exactly what I would decorate with! Some greenery Some of my favourite things… Read More Spring Bookshelf Decoration
One of my favourite things lately has been retellings of classics. You know the type, where Pride and Prejudice takes place in an American college, or Persuasion is suddenly between the daughter of a CEO and the man brought in to safe the company… However, too many books don’t have their modern adaptations yet. Or… Read More Weekly Lists #175: Classics I Wish Had Modern Adaptations
For reference: when the bf saw me taking the pics for this post, all he could say was “wow”. And I almost started hyperventilating. Because, you know… While all of these purchase seemed “okay” in and of themselves? Put together into 2019 first book haul (and, honestly, my first haul of any sorts in a while)?… Read More 2019 1st Book Haul!
Also known as: on protecting yourself online. I’m someone who tends to compare themselves. Just about everything that I see about other people: their libraries, their relationships, their friends, their bodies, their everything. And, as it turns out, that’s not really the best way to improve your mental health when you’re functioning in the online… Read More How to Survive: Online Mental Health