I am back with my last part of my winter recommendations! For every season I recommend a few books, each separated in three parts. I did it for summer (contemporary, fantasy and classics), autumn (cosy, spooky and academic moods) and now I did it with winter. The first part was about books to read on a snow day and the second part was about books to read to feel joyful!
Now I’m here with the third and final part: three books to read this winter if you want to read more classics!
Continue reading Three books to read this winter (part 3) | To read more classics 🌨✨
In Autumn I started a series I called “Seasons + Books” with the intention to post a blog post per season. Now that we are definitely enjoy Winter I thought it was okay to come back with it, and to make it Christmassy though we are in January (the countdown for Christmas 2020 started already!).
That’s why I present you today my favourite red and green covers!
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2019 has been quite a year for me. If I have to look back at it in its entirety I can clearly see that the first six months of the year were somewhere near awful to me, whereas the last six months were the most amazing months of my life. In the end, I changed a lot this year and my life looks nothing like the one I had back in January 2019.
Because I am nostalgic and because I want to keep memories of this past year, I decided to write a massive wrap-up of 2019.
TW// suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, bulimia
Continue reading My 2019 wrap-up 💫🔙
Every year I like to set myself some new goals, especially when it comes to my reading life. I always look back to what I read, what I loved, what I learned, in order to do something different in the next year. I’m not one who love to set resolutions for herself because I know I’ll barely ever get to them during the year, but when it comes to my bookish life I’m 100% up for it.
That’s why today I’ll present you my bookish resolutions for 2020!
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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!
Continue reading December wrap-up, favourites and others 🌟
It’s already my last blog post of 2019, how crazy is that? I prepared some blog posts for the new year but they’ll come later this week because I still needed to write this one as I do it for every season. For summer 2019 and fall 2019 (as well as fall 2018) I decided to write myself some bucket lists to help me enjoy the seasons to the fullest.
I decided to keep doing so, and therefor I present you (a bit late) my Winter bucket list 2019!
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I am back with my recommendations for Winter! I know I’m a bit late, I haven’t posted in a while and I don’t really have any excuses. I’ve been very busy and somehow very anxious, which prevented me from doing anything. Writing this I’m still anxious but I wanted to force myself to do something in hope to get me out of this mess. So, I’m back!
Without further ado, here are three books to read this winter to feel joyful!
Continue reading Three books to read this winter (part 2) | To feel joyful 🌨🎄