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Monthly Wrap Up August 2021

Is it just me or did August fly by? It was such a hot month, so I’m not sorry to see it go. Since I stayed inside for much of the time, I did get a lot of reading done. But now it’s September and I’m so ready […]

July 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

July felt like it flew by! At this point in the year, I think it’s pretty safe to write 2020 off as a complete and total dumpster fire of a year. But I’m still sticking with my plan of finding and listing positives in each month. So here’s […]

June 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

I’m resigned to the fact that 2020 is just a raging dumpster fire of a year. However, I find myself actively looking for the positives that I can find. Here’s what I came up with in June: My library opened up for curbside pickup, so I’ve been making […]

May 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

2020 is shaping up to be a truly difficult year. Each month has been harder than the last, and May was rough on so many levels. I’ve continued to find comfort and escape in reading, both from stressful events in the world and in my personal life. I’ve […]

April 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

April was a rough month. I’ve noticed that bookish people are falling into one of two categories in how we’re coping with stress — those who can’t focus on reading, and those who are reading excessively. I’m in the second category, but I have an agreement with a […]

March 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

March is over, and it’s time for my monthly wrap-up! March was such a hectic and strange month. I’ve been hiding out in my house and finding ways to keep myself occupied. Most of my time has been spent reading and blogging, but I finally made time to […]

February 2020 Monthly Wrap Up

For such a short month, February was productive. I participated in the Hogwarts Cup Readathon, which was a great motivator. It was actually my first readathon, and it helped me read more. If you haven’t participated in a readathon, I strongly suggest it! I haven’t gotten a chance […]