I found this tag on Emma’s Chapter and just had to do it. I struggled with a few of these but it was fun to think about what and how I read and how much I’d be willing to change.Continue reading
This year has been one of the best reading years of my life. I’m one book away from reaching my Goodreads goal of 50 books, which is a lot for me! I usually average 20 books a year. While I’m extremely close to my goal, I want to surpass it as well.
Here are five books I really want to read before the year is over!Continue reading
Note: This post was inspired by the lovely WhatVickyRead so definitely check out her post to see what she’d also like to read before 2019 ends!
I can’t believe that we’re already to the halfway point of 2019. I feel like this year has been going by so quickly and now I’m only 6 months away from graduating college!
While I’ve caught up on a lot of reading this summer, I always tend to read less during the school year since I have a lot going on. BUT, since I’m student teaching this fall (I’m so nervous, omg), I’ll have most of my evenings free so I hope I’ll be able to read a lot more during my final semester of college.Continue reading
This topic was a prompt for one of the Top 5 Wednesday‘s in May 2019. I wasn’t back into blogging at that time, but I loved the idea so much I had to do a post on it.
I have loved reading since I was 8 years old. As a 22-year-old now, I obviously have changed my reading habits in the last 14 years of my life. But, these are the things that stand out to me most when I think about bookish concepts that I changed my opinions about.
Summer has been here for a month now (am I a little late on this? yes.) For the time being, I am done stressing over college for a while and get to relax in the sun as much as I want (just kidding, I’m working 40 hour weeks and it’s been cloudy and windy for weeks; thanks North Dakota)! I still have a little over a month left of summer and still have tons of things I’d like to do before my Junior year of college begins. Here are some things I’d like to do: Continue reading
The end of the school semester is closing in and with that, I’d love to increase the amount of non-school related books I read. I’m trying to cut out a lot of social media use as well as Netflix/Hulu binge watching and to replace those things, I’m instead going to start reading. My goal is 30-40 minutes of free reading a day, after I do my homework for the day. I’m trying to be a lot more productive with my life as well as read some of the books on my endless TBR, and with that, here are the books I’d like to read this spring before mid June.
2017 is going to be my year. It’s what every one says every single time the new year comes around, but this year I’m determined to make it my year of fitness. I’ve already started transitioning into working out more and eating healthier, and while it’s only the second week of January, it’s been very difficult to change my terrible habits. But, like I said, 2017 is going to be my year, and these are my fitness goals for the year:
My winter break has flown by way too fast and my spring semester has already begun! I am on my second day of classes currently and I can already see just how busy I’m going to be this semester. I’m really planning on focusing heavily on my academics this semester since my grades fell behind last semester.
Throughout 2016, I didn’t watch as many movies or TV shows as I wanted to watch. My Netflix watch list is currently at an all time high. So here is a list of films and TV shows I want to watch during 2017. Some of these are going to be coming out during 2017 but most are old films that I just haven’t gotten around to watching.
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