Tag: monthly progress

Monthly Wrap Up November 2022

November went by really quickly, but the highlight was definitely getting together with my family and having a great meal and an even better time with the people I really care about last week. I’ve got a lot of things to be grateful for, and it was nice […]

State Of The ARC #20

I finished September with 14 ARCs left to be read.  October, or ARCtober, as I like to think of it, was a smashing success. I’ve continued to reduce how many books I’ve requested, while reading as many ARCs as I could. In fact, I managed to halve my […]

Monthly Wrap Up September 2022

September was a relatively busy month. While addressing my health issues, my doctors decided to change up some of my medications, which caused side effects including crippling fatigue, making it hard to function. Luckily this wasn’t until closer to the end of the month, so I still managed […]

State Of The ARC #19

I finished August with 18 ARCs left to be read.  I’ve set a goal for myself to have my ARCs read at least a month in advance, and I’ve managed to successfully do that with my NetGalley ARCs this month. Plus, since slowing down on requesting, I’m starting […]

Monthly Wrap Up July 2022

July was a super stressful month on the home front. My mom had a major surgery, and I spent a bunch of time rushing back and forth between the hospital, on the phone trying to coordinate care for her, and trying to meet her needs while still working […]

State Of The ARC #17

I finished June with 20 ARCs left to be read.  Devoting time to ARCs is now becoming a habit each month, and while I’m still getting approved for a bunch, I’m finding myself requesting less (but not fully on a requesting ban). It’s very heartening to see progress […]

Monthly Wrap Up June 2022

June was a busy month for me, and it was still pretty stressful. I’m so grateful for my friends and good books, because they’ve kept me from completely falling apart. In other news, America officially sucks and I’m so embarrassed to live here. Reading has become an escape […]