You Asked for Perfect is an intensely relatable high school narrative that balances academic pressure with heartwarming romantic and familial relationships.
The Breakaways is a sweet graphic novel about middle schooler Faith and how she navigates friendship and soccer.
Happy February! It's super cold and snowy where I live all of a sudden (but it's going up to 57°F on Tuesday—CLIMATE CHANGE), hence the title of this post, but yeah, I had a pretty nice, low-key month.
Today's Top Ten Tuesday list is all about books that I've recently added to my never-ending list of books to read. I feel like I find new books for my tbr through other bloggers every single day, and maybe this list will help you find some new books too!
With a new month, comes a new bullet journal setup post! I wasn't exactly sure what my plan was going into this month's setup, but I knew I wanted to change things up a little bit, and I'm pretty happy with what I have.
The Birds, the Bees, and You and Me follows a high school student named Lacey who aims to change her school's old-fashioned sex ed program.
Hi friends! I know that I'm a bit late to the game as far as 2019 goal-setting, considering that the first month of the year is already more than halfway over. I really wanted to have the chance to write about some of my goals for the year, though, so today, I present to you my goals for 2019!
Our Year of Maybe is a fantastically written contemporary novel with complex characters, diversity rep, and an exploration of toxic friendships.
Hello bullet journalists, and happy Saturday! In continuation of the 2018 wrap-up posts that I've been posting lately, I thought that it would be fun to take a walk through my favorite bullet journal spreads that I created this year. So, here are my top ten, in chronological order!
Reading is awesome. For nerds like me, compiling overly detailed statistics about reading is awesome. And you know what's even awesome-r? Compiling overly detailed statistics about reading using the most wonderful invention known to humanity, PIE CHARTS. And that's exactly what this post is, so buckle up and get ready for a fantastically nerdy ride through my reading year!