I really really enjoyed this book! I loved how it tackled important topics like racism and Islamophobia while also having a lot of cute, romantic elements typical of ya contemporary.
The best bullet journal spreads I made in 2017!
Hey! It's a little late, but I'm here today to recap the month of December. I took a quick blogging break for the holidays, but I'm back in action! I posted twice last week (a bullet journal plan with me and a recap of the books I read in 2017) and I've got a bunch of great posts up my sleeve for the rest of January! Anyway, sit back, relax, and enjoy my December recap!
Hi there! Happy New Year! It's that time of year when everyone analyzes what we did last year and what we wanna do this year. And, it's that time of year when we booknerds analyze all the books we read last year and plan out all the books we wanna read next year. So, I've compiled this post full of graphs and lists to take a look at what I've read these past twelve months.
Happy New Year! I hope your 2017 was filled with lovely things and I hope 2018 is even better! In today's post, I'm going to be sharing a bunch of different spreads I've created recently: my 2017 review, my goal planning for the new year, and my spreads for January.
I wasn’t a huge fan of this book, mostly because of the characters, but I did enjoy the writing style.
Where I live, winter has most certainly arrived. It's already snowed a few times, and I've started wearing my heavy coat to school each day. To be clear, I am not a huge fan of cold weather, but I do enjoy a lot of wintry things, like sitting around a warm fire, and drinking hot chocolate. And what better way to celebrate those things than with some doodles? This post is gonna be pretty picture-heavy and less wordy, so sit back, relax, and scroll through the winter doodles I've come up with. And don't forget to keep going all the way to the bottom for a bonus wintry bujo spread!
I am excited to announce that I am participating in another of Aentee's (Read At Midnight) reading challenges! I really enjoyed the last one, #TheReadingQuest, so I'm super excited that Aentee has decided to host another one. In this post, I'll be sharing five books on my tbr for the challenge.
Happy (belated) December! I know this is a little late for a monthly recap, but I have an idea I want to try out, and I'm super excited for you all to read this post! I hope you enjoy it!
Hi! So I thought it might be nice to start writing updates every once in a while about my daily planning process with my bullet journal, as my spreads are constantly evolving. In this update, I'll go over how I'm journaling currently: where I bullet journal, the supplies I always use, and what my daily spreads look like.