To follow up my Best of 2019 Beauty + Books post, I wanted to share my least favorite things from 2019.
I hope everyone had a good New Year! I was planning on publishing this post sooner, but on the 1st I went to Houston to visit my family then last week I was catching up on my master’s program, but better late than never right?
Christmas is next week, and before the holidays begin, I wanted to share my wish list for this year!
As a blogger it can be challenging figuring out what resources to use because you can feel bombarded by everything out there on the Internet. In this post, I will include recommendations for general resources and other resources to help with your blog design, posts, and social media promotion. You will be able to all these resources regardless if you have a free WordPress plan or you are self-hosted, therefore, I will not include any plugins as recommendations.
GIFTED | Since I have an almost 4-year-old daughter who loves reading and my first-year master’s thesis is about children’s books, I thought it would be appropriate to start reviewing children’s books on my blog as well. For my first children’s books review, I will review three of Beffy Parkin’s books – Environmental Health, The Macroodelzig, and Don’t Eat Charlie Cheese.
There is only couple of weeks left of fall, and before fall comes to an end, I wanted to do a fall-themed book tag. The Fall Bucket List Book Tag is a fun tag that highlights some of your favorite books, and Sibby from Siobhan’s Novelties tagged me! Thank you so much tagging me Sibby!
GIFTED | Hygge is a Danish concept with many meanings and no exact translation in English. To some, hygge can be a sense of coziness such as sitting in front of the fire and enjoying a cup of tea while the weather outside is frightful. Hygge can be used to describe a sense of joy such as when you are together with your friends and family and enjoying a lovely dinner. Hygge can also be used to describe a sense of well-being for instance when you practice self-care and slow down to appreciate the little things. Whichever way you want to promote a hygge lifestyle, I created a gift guide for your friends and family featuring hyggligt gifts from small businesses.