I have been on vacation, but now I am back, and I wanted to share a post on self care. As a mother as well as a student it can be hard finding time to look after myself. However, I wanted to share how I have been able to incorporate self-care into my daily life.
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson is the second book I have read by her. I recently finished listening to the audiobook, and I wanted to share my thoughts on it.
It has been a good minute since my last book review, and for today’s post I wanted to share my review of The Rest of the Story by Sarah Dessen.
Back during the summer I finished listening to the audiobook of Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson on Libby, and now I wanted to share my thoughts on it.
As a full-time master’s student, mother of a 3-year-old daughter, and a blogger, life can be stressful, but I have found things that help me relax, which I wanted to share with you. I also collaborated with Alayjah who is a lifestyle blogger over at Simply Lay, so be sure to check out her post for tips on How To Relieve Stress.
In my What To Do When You Don’t Like a Book post, I shared that I did not like Library of Souls, but I was looking forward to reading A Map of Days by Ransom Riggs since I wanted to know where the story would go next. Was the series able to redeem itself?
Every now and then I come across a book I do not like whether it is part of a series like Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs or a standalone book like The Girls by Emma Cline. In this post I want to talk about what I do when a book lets me down.
Last month I finished listening to the audiobook of Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher, and since I watched both seasons of the series on Netflix, I wanted to compare the book to the series.
After the recent Moz update that lowered my blog’s DA by 9 points, I was feeling down about blogging. I talked to Rei over at Shenanigans of a Gamer Mom, and her blog’s DA went down as well. To help bring up our mood I suggested we do a collaboration on the things that make us happy, and now we are sharing our posts. Be sure to check out Rei’s post here to read what makes her happy!
I have mainly been listening to audiobooks lately, but most apps require you to pay a monthly subscription fee or you have to buy the books before you can listen to or read them. However, I found the app Libby by Overdrive, and I wanted to share it with all of you.