If you know me you know that I love discovering and rediscovering songs to listen to on repeat. There are a couple that I’ve been really enjoying over the past few weeks so I thought I’d share some of them! Come On Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners I decided I wanted to listen to this … Continue reading Songs I’ve Been Intensely Listening to On Repeat (and you should too!)
Come on Eileen: Silence and Song Obsessions
I stare out the window, rocking gently in my chair. My head nods slightly, barely perceptively, in time with the familiar sounds oozing soothingly from my laptop speakers. I close my eyes and relish the moment of my favourite line in the chorus. The song ends. Quiet. Too quiet. My fingers trace silently along the … Continue reading Come on Eileen: Silence and Song Obsessions
5 Little Things I’m Appreciating Right Now
The world is weird right now. Things are tough right now. So I thought I’d write something for the first time in… (checks calendar) ah, several months. I fully believe that a huge part of life and enjoying life is appreciating the little things. I know that I enjoy reading posts like this because it … Continue reading 5 Little Things I’m Appreciating Right Now
Inside and Out – Book Tag
I’ve never done a book tag before, so this is actually my first one! I saw this tag on Kittie Marie's blog and decided to join in. The tag The Inside and Out book tag is an old one. Well, technically not that old, but when it comes to the internet anything up to a … Continue reading Inside and Out – Book Tag
National Read a Book Day and other bookish holidays in September
I heard that yesterday (September 6) was National Read a Book Day, an annual unofficial holiday. Although I didn’t know about this day yesterday, I can confirm that I did indeed read a book yesterday. It’s almost like my inner bookworm knew and wanted to celebrate… Thinking about this unofficial holiday led me to recall … Continue reading National Read a Book Day and other bookish holidays in September
Bookstagram Said to Read A Very Large Expanse of Sea So I Did: A review
There always seems to be that one book or book series that everyone on #bookstagram, book blogs, #booklr, and book twitter seems to be reading. A few months ago one such book was A Very Large Expanse of Sea, a young adult fiction book by American author Tahereh Mafi. At the beginning of this month … Continue reading Bookstagram Said to Read A Very Large Expanse of Sea So I Did: A review
Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games: A Review?
Everyone and their neighbour/dog/mother have read Hunger Games and now I finally have too. You know when you read a book or book series and you just know that you’ll be reading it again one day because you are enjoying it so much? Yeah, that’s how I felt about this book and Catching Fire. This … Continue reading Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games: A Review?
Book Review: The Dirty Book Club by Lisi Harrison
Woohoo! After feeling incredibly static and slothful with my reading goal this year, I feel like I’m finally making progress again. So far this year I haven’t really read many novels and what I did read I often didn’t finish. Because of this I’m feeling really good about having finished this The Dirty Book Club. … Continue reading Book Review: The Dirty Book Club by Lisi Harrison
My Top 5 Movies of July
I love movies as much as the next person. Recently I have found myself watching a lot more movies than I normally do. In no particular order, these are my top five movies of last month. Pan's Labyrinth 2006, Drama/Fantasy Pan’s Labyrinth was a lot sadder and darker than I had anticipated but I loved … Continue reading My Top 5 Movies of July
The World Said to Read The Hunger Games, So I Finally Am: Midpoint Check-In
“Happy Hunger Games! And may the odds be ever in your favour.” The Hunger Games In my Summer TBR post I listed some books I wanted to read in the next few months. This is me now checking in to say that I actually started reading one of them! As you have most likely already … Continue reading The World Said to Read The Hunger Games, So I Finally Am: Midpoint Check-In
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