- The Girl at Midnight: A Review
- Buttons inspired by To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before & P. S. I Still Love You
- Loop: A Chick Lit Wednesday Review
- Library Life: High School Booktalks (The Brokenhearted, Proxy, The Scorpio Races, Unspoken))
- Library Life: High School Booktalks (Open Road Summer, The Screaming Staircase, All Our Yesterdays)
- #booksfortrade June 20 Edition
- Vengeance Road Character Intros Roundup (and Book Trailer)!
Lots of blog posts this week! I am probably most proud (by which I mean too proud) of my Jenny Han digital buttons. I don’t even know when I’ll have my review of P. S. I Still Love You written because I have so many feelings about that book.
This week was pretty quiet. I continued to play around with Instagram and also got some lovely pictures of flowers in my back area as they began to bloom.
I started this week thinking I was falling behind with books but at the end of the week I am feeling more on track with where I need to be for various obligations. This week I read P. S. I Still Love You, which, as my post this week suggests, was amazing and inspired an outpouring of love on my part. I tried to read The Heir but then I decided in my heart of hearts that I really didn’t need a continuation of the series. Currently I’m reading this beauty as per Nicole’s selection of my next book:
I am enjoying it a lot. I am a huge sucker for Sherlock reboots or remixes and this one does not disappoint.
Last week I also read Marie Kondo’s book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing which I picked up from my library. It was a super fast read and I am feeling really good about the prospect of it helping me get things under control. Hopefully I will be able to tackle one category every weekend until everything is under control! I doubt I’ll be talking to my belongings but I do like the idea of items having a purpose that doesn’t always involve being kept. I also am hoping I’ll be able to master her (not-entirely-well-described) folding technique to organize my drawers a bit more. I don’t have enough storage space to fold everything but if vertical storage really works I think it will help me make better sense of the spaces I do have.
I also decided to delete my Facebook profile (again) and just be done with it. I hate Facebook. I never end up actually reconnecting with anyone on Facebook in any meaningful way and it just makes me sad whenever I realize that. Also I only made this account to do things for the job I haven’t had for a whole, entire year so there’s just no reason to keep it.
Oh! And in case you missed it from my photo inserts, I’m on Instagram now as missprint_ let’s be friends!
If you want to see how my month in reading is shaking out be sure to check out my June Reading Tracker.
How was your week?