Hello, everyone! As you may have been following along, the past few weeks, I've been highlighting my little personal library, since I loved seeing other bloggers do so and it was really fun. Four bookcases down and today is my final post--and it doesn't even include a bookcase! Instead, I'm going to highlight two more… Continue reading Bookshelf Tour Part 5: Wrap-Up
Hello lovelies! Welcome to Part Three of my Library Tour! The first post highlighted all my favorite Orbit books and shared an embarrassing amount of books unread. The second highlighted my Mass Market Paperbacks--my personal favorite medium to read in. Today, we're going to highlight my third bookshelf, which I can only describe as...the disorganized… Continue reading Library Tour: Part Three
Hello lovelies! Welcome to Part Two of my Library Tour! The first post highlighted all my favorite Orbit books and shared an embarrassing amount of books unread. Today's bookshelf is going to show you how even my own organizational style (by publisher and author) gets thrown to the wind within the library, as this one… Continue reading Library Tour: Part Two
Hello lovelies! Since no one threw stones and called me names after I announced that I wanted to do a tour of my personal "library," I'm going to do the first post today! Thanks for letting share something I am so proud of with all of you, it really means a lot. 🙂 Again, as… Continue reading Library Tour: Part One
Hello, lovelies! This is something I've seen some other bloggers do and I've always wanted to do it myself: highlight my personal "library" and show off what's on my shelves! But I was never able to do it for a multitude of reasons, including: For the longest amount of time (throughout all of college and… Continue reading Introducing My Library Tour Series!
Hello, dear readers! Happy New Year! I don't think I'm alone in the excitement of surviving 2018 and 2019 arriving. If you read about my latest quest, you know that last year wasn't necessarily bad for me, but it certainly was busy. And I have no intentions of stopping that momentum this year. So I… Continue reading Amping Up The Blog
At the ripe young age of 22, I finally got my first solo apartment. I lived on campus all four years of my undergrad, so upon getting accepted to an out-of-state MA program, I knew I wanted to try out living off-campus, on my own. A lot of my friends were like, "Really? You're going… Continue reading Lessons Learned Living Solo: Embrace the Nerd