May wrap-up, favourites and others πŸŒ·πŸŒΏ

Dear reader,

Look who’s back with her monthly wrap-ups! I’m so excited to be writing this one. Though it always takes me ages to do so, I always love re-reading my wrap-ups to see what I was up to the years before, when I discovered a certain thing and so on.

May was a weird but good month. I’ve been facing my first depressive episode which has been killing me since December, and it was my first time in two years of being depression free. But in May I did all I could to change it: I worked lots on myself, I talked to people I knew I could trust, I saw a therapist again and I started seeing a psychiatrist who gave me antidepressants. Right now, I’m feeling quite good and it’s nice to get my head out of the water after so long.

Without further ado, here’s my May wrap-up!

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May wrap-up, favourites and others πŸŒΈπŸŒΏ

Dear reader,

May has been a weird month. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still completely fine and I celebrated being anxiety and depression free for six months now. The thing is that because of my 30 books in 30 days challenge in April I was in a total reading slump and it was hard to get out of it. Also lots of responsibilities came back, some bad adult news, the lockdown was over and I had to get back to work at the end of May… This month was all over the place, but at least I made it out alive and I’m still as happy as ever.

Without further ado, here is my may wrap-up!

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may wrap-up, favourites and others πŸŒΏ

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Dear reader,

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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