April wrap-up, favourites and others πŸŒΈπŸŒΏ


Dear reader,

April has been a long month. It’s been filled with a lot of happy moments, as usual, but also some down times which, however, never made me go back to my depression or anxiety. Overall it was a normal month considering we currently live in an apocalyptic scenario.

Did I tell you I read 30 books in April? No? Well, it’s time to wrap it up!

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March wrap-up, favourites and others πŸŒΈπŸŒΏ


Dear reader,

March has been a good month when it comes to myself, but a weird one when it comes to the world. Like many other countries, France is currently in lockdown and have been for more than two weeks. As a teacher I am now asked to work from home. It has been stressful at first, I needed a full weekend to fully comprehend what was happening and what it meant for myself and my family, but in the end I am okay. I developed a new routine, I found out I can teach online and I have been doing new things, such as working out. Overall it has been a great month, and I’m thankful no one in my family is sick.

Anyway, let‘s wrap-up this weird month of March!

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My reading routine at home πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ“—


Dear reader,

It’s been a while since I last talked about my reading habits. Last year I was writing about my favourite places to read, for example, and I adored writing this blog post. So I decided to talk more about those little things, like I did when I wrote how I track my reading,Β because we are all different when it comes to reading: some will read with bookmarks, some read without the dust jacket of their books, some love to read on their bed and some can’t read with music in their ears.

So, to start this series of blog posts about reading habits, today I’m going to talk about my reading routine at home!

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