The official first day of summer isn’t until later in the month, but it sure feels like summer around here. After almost three weeks of rain every single day, the sun has finally broken through and I couldn’t be happier. Typically, when it starts getting this hot around here, I start complaining about how suffocating … Continue reading Reading List: June 2018
Reading List Books Read: 4 OMG I think for the first time in the history of these Reading Lists, I’ve actually read every single book I intended to read this month! However, one was a DNF. A for Effort, though. ✘ = Did Not Read ✓ = Read / = Currently reading ✂ = Did … Continue reading Reading List Wrap-Up: May 2018
This weekend I’ve vowed to take a family trip to the beach.
The beach is a great place to get in some reading! So, I’m going to share with you the books I’m planning to read this month and talk about the books I read last month.
I’m actually really proud of how I did this month. I’ve been averaging about 6 books per month, but this month (thanks to a vehement obsession with Trisha Wolfe) I devoured 14 books this month.
Hello, March 🙂 Is anyone else embracing the arrival of Spring? Normally, the Floridian in me dreads the crazy hot weather, but I’ve actually been enjoying the 80 degree days lately. There is something so refreshing about Spring. Speaking of a refresh, it’s that time of month in which I review my reading list from … Continue reading Reading List: March 2018
I almost wasn’t going to do the first part of this blog post in which I go back and see how I did on finishing the books on last month’s Reading List, but I’ve decided not to have shame in my game.
It’s a brand new year, and you know what that means? A brand new Goodreads Challenge is in full effect.
I blew past my goal in 2017 (I read 101 of my goal of 100 books. Check out my favorites here.) and this year I’m upping the game to 125. That’s a lot of reading for someone who works more than full time and has two little kids, but I’m ready for the challenge.
Here is what I anticipate reading in January. Of course, these things can (and likely will) change… best laid plans and all that. Here goes!
Good morning and happy Mother’s Day!
Just a quick tag post today because I plan on spending the day in my reading chair devouring books while watching my girls play nearby. It’s essentially what I did last year for Mother’s Day and my birthday and it’s absolutely perfect.
First thing’s first, I was so intrigued when I found out that the book was in Paul and Nora’s point of view!
The moment I found out that this was told in Gemma and Russ’s point of view I got so excited!