Something New: Tales from a Makeshift Bride by Lucy Knisley From Goodreads: A funny and whip-smart new book about the institution of marriage in America told through the lens of her recent engagement and wedding…. The graphic novel tackles the all-too-common wedding issues that go along with being a modern woman: feminism, expectations, getting knocked … Continue reading Indie Cartoonist Graphic Novel Reviews
We're about a third of the way through September and so I guess it's about time for me to share my TBR list! This month I plan on getting back on track with my reading (as much as possible). September TBR Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh I've already finished this, and I was … Continue reading September TBR and August Wrap-Up
The truth is... that I often fail at staying organized because I lack the motivation. When I was in college I was so on top of things and I was perfectly organized and I got stuff done. But since I don't have a regular schedule working part-time it's so much harder staying organized. So what … Continue reading How I Stay Organized
Hey, internet friends! I haven't done one of these posts in a really long time, but I decided that I would talk about my August TBR! The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson I'm currently reading the first book in Sanderson's Stormlight Archives series. I find with most high fantasy books that I need a … Continue reading August TBR and Other News
See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt See What I Have Done is a new retelling of the fascinating story of Lizzie Borden. Lizzie Borden was accused of killing her father and step mother in 1892 when they were both found at home, massacred. Lizzie Borden was acquitted after the jury decided the evidence against her … Continue reading See What I Have Done | Review
Hello my friends! As you may know this, one of my favorite things is planning. For the past few months I've been using my Happy Planner and it's been going great, but I started using a regular bullet journal again. Even though I was happy with my Happy Planner, it's not always the most portable … Continue reading Back into a bullet journal! July Flip Through & Video
Every now and then I forget what books I own when I'm out browsing for more. Today I'm sharing how I've started keeping track of the books I own with Excel.
Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie On the destination setting of the Nile, a young woman, newly married, is murdered. The ever present Hercule Poirot takes the case and catches the killer using his usual method of looking at the psychology of the facts. This was one of my picks for my summer reading challenge … Continue reading Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie | Quick Review
Hey Friends, Today I'm sharing things that I'm currently loving. It is the middle of the summer and I"m ready for fall. Fall, of course, is my favorite season, but I just need a tad bit cooler weather! Here are some things that are keeping me going right now: Smoothies. I've been having a smoothie nearly … Continue reading Things I’m Loving Right Now (#2)
In her book Why I Am Not a Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto Jessa Crispin claims that she is not a feminist... and then continues to talk about the importance of feminism...