My spooky TBR for October πŸ‘»πŸŽƒ

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Dear reader,

October is my far my favourite month of the year. It may be because I was born in October (it’s Libra season!), but I always loved the ambiance of it. Halloween is my everything and I live for those cold and rainy mornings, the dead leaves on the ground, the sweaters you can wear and so on. Obviously I had to make myself a special TBR for the month, alongside some books I want/need to buy. (Those aren’t all the books I want to read this month, just some which are extra spooky!)

So here are some books on my spooky TBR for the month of October!

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My autumn bucket list 2019 πŸ‚πŸ¦‡

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Dear reader,

Last year I came up with my autumn bucket list because fall is my favourite season and, like Aerosmith put so well, I didn’t want to miss a thing. Ever since I’ve been doing it for every season (or tried to) and it’s been a blast to check on it every so and then, to see what I’ve been doing and if I’ve been making the most out of every season.

Here is why I’m presenting you today my autumn bucket list for 2019!

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My autumn bucket list πŸŽƒπŸ‚

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Dear reader,

After all those blog posts saying that Autumn is my favourite season of the year, it shouldn’t be a surprise that I have an entire bucket list for it. Last year Autumn went by way too fast and I haven’t been able to do all I wanted during it. This year I intend to do the most I can and to enjoy every second.

This blog post will be quite short, but I still wanted to be able to share with you all my 2018 Autumn bucket list.

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A very random thank you

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Dear reader,

I have been on this blog for a while now, years even, being active for a few months then disappearing before starting it all over again and again. I started it with another theme, talking about books in a different way, then I decided to change and to add colours, pictures, banners and more. I begun by only posting and doing nothing else, only seeing it as an extansion of my Instagram account before realising that the book blog community existed too and that I could connect with people here as well. I have been making plans for it, then stopped posting because life was too much sometimes and I had too little time.

Despite everything, despite all my changes of heart, despite all of my breaks and turns, I reached 300 followers a few weeks ago and for that I need to thank you.

I know that I am not the most amazing blogger – if I don’t have the time to write I don’t post and I don’t always take the time to comment under other blog posts or to read every thing that has been posted during the week. I want to be involved more but sometimes life is in my way and I can’t take a day off to blog and everything. But even though I am all that, even though I am not active enough and don’t always know what to do around here, you are always here commenting under my posts, liking them and following me. I even receive messages on Instagram about it. And trust me, it warms my heart.

So thank you. Thank you for all your kind words about my work, for all your comments, messages, likes and follows. Thank you for being so nice and caring. Thank you for recognising that I do work a lot on this blog, even though I’m not always here. Thank you for always having something nice to say and for being such an amazing community. Thank you for being more than 300 people who are willing to read what I have to say twice a week. Thank you for being here for me, always.

This is a very brief blog post, only meant as a big thank you. I hope that you all see how much this means to me. I’m not the type of person who cares about followers, but it still makes me happy to see that so many of you are taking some time of their day to read a piece of my life. This blog is like a journal of my journey here on Earth, and I’m more than happy to share it with every single one of you.

Love always,

Clara

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My favourite things to do on a weekend

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Dear reader,

We all love this feeling when we are leaving the office or our last class on a Friday evening, excited to go home and to be free for two whole days. I am not an exception: I love weekends, and I’m always trying to make the most of it. So today I thought I’ll share some hapiness with you by discusting what are my favourite things to do on a weekend!

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