This week's Nonfiction November prompt is fiction/non-fiction book pairings. To quote the creator of this challenge: "It can be a 'If you loved this book, read this!' or just two titles that you think would go well together. Maybe it’s a historical novel and you’d like to get the real history by reading a nonfiction … Continue reading Nonfiction November 2019: week 2
This year, I'm participating in a blogging event called Nonfiction November! I'm excited to participate by posting, but even more excited to read others' posts: I'm gaining a lot of great nonfiction recommendations this way! Week 1: (Oct. 28 to Nov. 1) – Your Year in Nonfiction (Julie @ Julz Reads): Take a look back at your year of … Continue reading Nonfiction November 2019: week 1
For as long as I can remember, I have been incredibly reserved. As a kid, even when I wanted to "put myself out there" and tried to be outgoing, I was still quite reserved in what information I did share. This habit has never really faded; if anything, it has intensified to the point where … Continue reading BLOG-tober #4: perspectives worth sharing.
A couple weeks ago, Ashley at Mental Health at Home posted her answers to an "eleven weird things about me" challenge. I loved this post, because I feel that it's important to embrace and be open about our weirdness. I also thought that this topic fit in perfectly with "BLOG-tober," since October is the month … Continue reading BLOG-tober #3: weird things about me.
Planning a wedding is thought of by many as a stressful and expensive ordeal. The stereotypical wedding planning experience involves navigating family-members strong (and perhaps unsolicited) opinions, spending way too much money on every single wedding detail, figuring out a menu that is agreeable to everyone's dietary restrictions, graciously dealing with last minute RSVP changes, … Continue reading BLOG-tober #2: wedding planning pro’s and con’s.
Hi wordpress friends! I haven't been posting much over the last month, in part because I have been a lot busier than usual lately. At the same time, though, I love engaging with the wordpress community and posting my content here too. So, in an attempt to not let blogging fall to the wayside, I'm … Continue reading BLOG-tober #1: my autumn 2019 bucket list.
A few days ago, Tiana at The Book Raven posted an article by this same name. I have frequently felt drained of energy in the last week, but not sad or angry about anything in particular either. As such, I thought the idea of focusing my mind on things that I genuinely love would be … Continue reading Ten Things That Bring Me Joy
The past 10 days have been a complete whirlwind. In these 10 days, I packed up my 1-bedroom apartment, loaded my belongings into my car and shipping boxes, drove 1000 miles from the southeastern to northeastern United States (with wonderful company), began unpacking, and had a job interview in my new location. One thing that … Continue reading East coast road trip