Y'all. I am in the midst of an epic reading slump. I think I started and then quit at least five books in January. I read two books last month. TWO. I think my monthly average is something like six or eight. Last month I read TWO. I know I already said that, but it's … Continue reading January Reading Wrap Up & February TBR
What Kind of Reader are You?
What type are you? Do you join multiple reading challenges each year? Do you plan out the books you'll read for the for the month or the year in advance? Do you get the warm fuzzies every time you mark a book finished? If so, you may be a Goal-Getter. Can you not sit still … Continue reading What Kind of Reader are You?
November Reading Wrap Up & December Plans
I'm a bit late with this post. Let's blame it on catching up on things after NaNoWriMo and the typical December blur of added to-do-list items ands social engagements. That makes much more sense than blaming it on a complete failure of proper planning and also watching all the holiday movies, right? Yeah, I thought … Continue reading November Reading Wrap Up & December Plans
October Reading Wrap Up & November Plans
I was able to finish seven books in October. However I only read one of the books I had planned on reading. It was a weird month for me. Lots of family drama that kept me anxious and scattered most of the month. I couldn't focus on reading much at all and instead spent most … Continue reading October Reading Wrap Up & November Plans
September Reading Wrap Up & October Plans
I read 15 books in September. 7 were books I had planned to read - you can see that list in this post - and 14 were titles already on my TBR (that list is huge, btw... maybe I'll share it here someday). The book that wasn't already on my list was The Ivies by … Continue reading September Reading Wrap Up & October Plans
August Reading Wrap Up & September Plans
I was able to knock 14 books off my TBR listIn August. 🙌 While I enjoyed them all, The Inheritance Games (book one of The Inheritance Games trilogy) by Jennifer Lynn Barnes and the last three books of the Deliciously Dark Fairy Tales series (the Ruin books for those of you aren't familiar with the … Continue reading August Reading Wrap Up & September Plans
#LifeHacks: Habit Stacking
According to James Clear in his book Atomic Habits, habit stacking "...is a special form of an implementation intention. Rather than pairing your new habit with a particular time and location, you pair it with a current habit." The formula for this is: After/Before [CURRENT HABIT], I will [NEW HABIT]. For example: "After each writing session, … Continue reading #LifeHacks: Habit Stacking