I have exciting news: I've started setting up a new bullet journal! In today's post, I'm sharing all of the spreads I've created to start off the new year.
As you all know from reading my blog, books and bullet journaling are two of my favorite things. But I have a lot of other favorite things too! As it's nearing the end of the year, and my friend Olivia tagged me for the 7 Favorite Things Tag a few months ago, I thought this would be the perfect time to make a list of some of my favorite things of 2018.
I am so happy to have had the chance to read this amazing anthology! With 17 different Black YA writers, this book portrays a multitude of perspectives and voices. From summer camp stories to forbidden romance to struggling with a sibling's death, Black Enough has something for everyone.
Making anticipated releases lists is a common phenomenon in the book blogging world. And it makes sense, because squealing virtually about how excited we are for new books is fun! But how many times have you referenced your list of upcoming releases and figured out how many you've actually read? I know I haven't done this very much, so today's post is a list of ten books that came out last year that I was excited for, and whether or not I ended up reading them.
Hello friends, and happy December! I'm back to recap yet another month of my life. (A pretty good one!)
Happy Top Ten Tuesday! Today's prompt for TTT, which is a weekly meme run by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl, is platonic relationships in books. I was super excited to see this prompt! Today's post will be focusing on friendships in books because bookish friendships are my absolute FAVORITE. It was actually harder than …
I'm gonna sound super cliché, but I CANNOT believe that it's the last month of 2018. And it's a month that I'm super excited for, with the holiday season, a two-week break from school, and a new bullet journal setup!
Today's post is all about bullet journal keys: the page at the beginning of your journal where you keep a little legend of which symbols mean what. I've experimented with keys over the time that I've been bullet journaling, and one thing I've debated with myself is this: are key pages really necessary? And that is what I'm going to be talking about today. I'll have a pros and cons list (of course, because lists are the best) and I also have some different examples of keys to show you all.
I usually don't start thinking too much about the holidays until Thanksgiving, but I figured I should post my bookish gift guide out now in case anyone is getting started early with their present shopping!
Every Shiny Thing is a beautiful novel about friendship and learning how to do the right thing, told in half-poetry, half-prose.