I feel as if December lasted forever but I’m grateful for it as I did many, many, many things. I won’t talk too much about the end of the year because my 2019 recap post is coming next week, but I’m overall really happy about it and am so glad to write my last wrap-up of 2019. I can’t believe I’ve been blogging actively for a year now and writing wrap-ups are always my favourites as I love to re-read them and remind myself of all the amazing things I discovered or did or read.
December has been overall a great month, though I started it being extra sick and then the strikes in France started and it was all a mess, but I changed it around and had a lot of fun in the end!
Without further ado, here is my December 2019 wrap-up!
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I disappeared last week for one reason only: I’ve been awfully sick. I have been ill ever since the 28th of November and haven’t stopped, meaning I went to a book fair, to my job, to my university and so on… And so I got more and more sick, and I couldn’t do anything. It has been a wasted week but I’m ready to get back on track now!
And so we are here to talk about November, which overall has been a great month! It has been filled with bookish events which I can’t wait to talk to you all about, and I rewatched tons of Disney movies.
So without further ado, let’s wrap-up November!
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October has been, overall, a great month. It was my month birthday, so I had tons and tons of fun. The only problem is that my depression also wanted to be a part of the party and joined me at the end of the month to… well, it hasn’t left yet. But I’m working on it and I don’t want to let it ruin my life like it used to do, so here I am, still fighting! And that’s mostly why I still think October has been great, because I’m stronger than ever.
Anyway, here is my wrap-up for my birthday and the spookiest month, October!
Ps: THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH FOR BEING 500 HERE!!!!
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September may have been my favourite month of 2019, even though it did have some bad parts to it and more. It has been a really challenging month because I started my new job, my first real job with real responsibilities, because I started my last year of studies, because I didn’t have a lot of money (I think we need to talk about money more) and it wasn’t always easy to manage to it all, because I had to deal with my depression once again. Yet I had the best time ever and I can’t wait to share it with you all.
So without further ado, here is my September wrap-up and everything that made it so special!
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I am officially back, and I missed you all so much!
I had a very busy summer and I’m so glad to be back in my real life, blogging and reading and more. I hope that you all had a great summer and that you are all excited for September, because I AM! This year I’ll be both a student and a teacher (a literature teacher) and it’s all so terrifying but also super exciting for me.
Without further ado, let’s jump right into my summer wrap-up!
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June has been intense. I had to study non-stop for my competition to become a literature teacher (I’ll have the results this week and I am terrified) (I JUST GOT THE NEWS AND I PASSED!!! I AM A LITERATURE TEACHER!!!) and that’s mostly all I did. I stopped watching tv shows because of it, I haven’t read a lot – I just studied and tried to calm my anxiety and depression. I did go out a few times but that was it.
I’m really glad that this month is over because it has been so challenging and I hope that July will be full of good news! No matter what, July means the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, of the third season of Stranger Things and my departure to London for YALC 2019!
So let’s finally wrap-up June! 🌞
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May has been a great month, and for one reason only: I PASSED THE WRITTEN EXAMS OF MY COMPETITION. Basically, if you don’t know, to become a literature teacher in France (to teach 11-18 years old) you have to pass a “competition” (un concours in French). First you have to pass the written exams (only the best are chosen) and then you have to pass the oral exams (again, only the best are chosen). So basically in a few weeks I’ll be taking the oral exams and if everything goes well I may be a literature teacher in September! How crazy is that?! (I also validated by second semester, woop woop!)
Obviously many other good things happened and I’m proud to say that my life is way healthier today. I’m not 100% okay but I’m getting there. At least July will be brighter!
So without further ado, let’s jump right in and wrap-up the month of May.
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