I took kind of a holiday break from writing. I’m finally starting to take on my new role at work and I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about that and I also have gotten sick twice since the last time I posted so some time off felt necessary. I know we’re already about halfway into January but I wanted to talk about my favorite things I read in 2018.
Ever been curious to know what your top 9 liked Instagram photos of the year are? You can find out by going here. Here is my top 9:
I came across this idea on so many book blogs and I wondered if I could even come up with 25 facts about me that are book relate but it turns out it was much easier than I thought.
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Last year I obsessively watched A Christmas Prince. It has everything I love in a Christmas rom-com. I was so excited when I found Netflix was giving us a sequel and decided to document my thoughts as I watched it for the first time. This obviously contains spoilers.
I kind of took a short hiatus from blogging– it was unintentional. I’ll be honest, it’s harder for me to write when I’m happy and life is going well. Which kind of sucks. I love writing but… I obviously am enjoying this whole happy life thing, too. I’m going to try to stay disciplined and get back to the weekly posts. I just have to stay disciplined.
Nothing makes me feel more confident than a good outfit, but sometimes shopping can be…. not great. I’ve been using Stitch Fix for some time now. I entered my sizes, filled out a style quiz and linked my Pinterest page and I get personalized boxes with 5 items every month. (You can get them as often or as little as you want.) I love it. I try styles I may have never thought would be flattering or would have thought to try before. Here is my October box.
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As many of you know I’m from Kansas City. While I live in suburb rather than KC proper I was still really excited about the prospect of Jason Kander potentially becoming the mayor of the city I love so much.
Book: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society
This may be my most controversial post to date. Buckle up, readers. Friends debuted out 24 years ago, but with its release on Netflix there has been a whole new generation of viewers and in the Buzzfeed era I’ve seen so many articles and listicles talking about how much they hate Ross Gellar.
I’ve watched The Office all the way through more times than I can count. I love it, I love every single episode– well, not Scott’s Tots. IT IS SO CRINGEY. But a show so good gets a pass on one unwatchable episode.