Winter is in full swing. I'm having a hard time concentrating on anything. Self-isolation is getting to me. Long story short, I've had to quarantine in my room again. I've had a few movie nights with friends, and I've written letters and sent cards and have had virtual get togethers, which tend to help for … Continue reading Losing Steam
We made it through our first month of 2021. How is everyone doing? Everyone okay? This month was a welcome return to semi-normal for me. I feel like I've become more attached to my blog than ever, and I can't wait to see how my reading stats change this year. This month, while almost normal, … Continue reading January 2021 Wrap Up
If you're interested in more information about the Off the Grid Readathon, feel free to check them out on Twitter! But, essentially, this readathon is quarterly and promotes reading without distractions... which is something that lately I have been prone to do. I decided to take a weekend and get back into the basics of … Continue reading Wrap Up | Off the Grid Readathon | January 15-17, 2021.
This readathon was created by Shanah from Bionic Bookworm (YouTube) and Justine from I Should Read That in 2019. Read the original post here, watch the video announcement here, and follow @OffTheGridReads on Twitter. For quite a few years now I've been tempted to buy a cabin in the woods to renovate it and live … Continue reading Off the Grid Readathon TBR | Jan 15-17 2021
The first week of January is over. We made it through. This new year started off promising. I had hope that 2021 would be easier on us than 2020 had been. I was wrong. I am still slightly hopeful, though, that this year can improve. I have read quite a few books so far this … Continue reading WWW Wednesday | Jan 10-16 2021
New year, new month, new WTR. I'm planning to start January slowly and with intention. I would like to start by finishing the books that I've started in December and re-start a few series that I have had open for a while. If you'd like to follow me on my reading adventures, check be my … Continue reading January 2021 WTR