February wrap-up, favourites and others 💓

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Dear reader,

February has been, yet again, an amazing month. It wasn’t filled with many book blogger opportunities like January but it’s been filled with friends, events, books and more. I had the best of time and didn’t see the days pass by. I’m also proud to say that I’ve been depression and anxiety free ever since October of 2019 and living a healthy life with a healthy brain is everything. I’m incredibly proud of myself and I feel like a new person.

Basically despite the world dying and going crazy, I am living my best life this 2020.

So who’s ready for my February wrap-up?

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february + march wrap-up, favourites and others 🌸

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Dear reader,

It feels so weird to blog again. Do I have the time to do so? Not really. But I still want to take it because I miss it. I can’t say I’m fully back because my life is pretty hectic at the moment and I don’t know if I will ever have the time to write enough blog posts before responsabilities start catching me up again, but here I am nonetheless.

Anyway, I am back today with another wrap-up post!

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February wrap-up, favourites and other

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Dear reader,

I don’t know how to start this wrap-up. February has been… let’s say, weird. Well, mostly painful.

After sharing how amazing January was for me, I am ashamed to tell everyone that last month somehow broke me. My mental health has been a wreck and got even lower than before, which is terrifying for me. This is why I didn’t post much lately, why I deleted Twitter, why I shared nothing anymore on my Instagram stories, why I also starting to read way more than usual: My brain is a mess and I don’t know how to fix it.

The good news in all of this is that in less than two weeks I’ll be going to spend a day at a new hospital to meet with some professionals who know how to deal with cyclothymia and eating disorders. So… yay.

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