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A few of my favourite things #73

Last week was a rough one. After a string of wins the week before, we were due some shit news, which put me in a mood for the whole week. My confidence was knocked, I was unmotivated, lacked energy, was short-tempered... But you know what helped? The daily gratitude page in my bullet journal. Sitting… Continue reading A few of my favourite things #73

What I've been reading lately #13
Books, geekery, Mental Health

What I’ve been reading lately #13

This post contains affiliate links This year's Reading Challenge is going well - I'm already five books in. I've previously reviewed Ryder Carroll's The Bullet Journal Method and I'll be sharing my thoughts on Jane Harper's The Lost Man in a few weeks on the blog tour (spoiler alert: it's awesome!). Today I'm sharing some… Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately #13

New books
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A few of my favourite things #72

Anyone else feel more knackered than usual after their first full week back? I swear weeks never used to feel like this. I've been super productive though. Now that I've set a rough weekly blog schedule of one book post, one stationery post and a weekly round-up (more if I'm super-inspired and caffeinated), I'm taking… Continue reading A few of my favourite things #72

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll
Books, stationery

Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

This post contains affiliate links I started bullet journalling a little over two years ago. My first bujo was a lined notebook, which I used to play with what worked for me. I found it therapeutic to sit down in the evenings and make it colourful but that then became difficult to maintain. I took… Continue reading Book review: The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

2019 goals toolkit giveaway
Books, feminism, Lifestyle, stationery

2019 goals toolkit [+ giveaway]

I loved Sophie Cliff's post on setting goals about feeling rather than doing, and so this year I'm not going to strive for more followers, write out a list of places to visit, or aim to finally lose the baby weight (is it still considered baby weight after three years?!). Instead I'm going to focus… Continue reading 2019 goals toolkit [+ giveaway]

A few of my favourite things
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A few of my favourite things #70

And just like that, Christmas is over for another year. Actually, I refuse to accept that it's over just yet, as I'm not back in the office until Wednesday, so I'm still enjoying this wonderfully peaceful time. Here's a look at a few highlights from my Christmas break so far. The magic of Christmas This… Continue reading A few of my favourite things #70

Read Harder: A Reading Log by Book Riot - review
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My 2019 TBR and Reading Challenge

If you read yesterday's Goodreads update, you'll know that I read a grand total of 70 books this year. This includes 46 books written by women, 17 titles aimed at younger readers, eight self-help books, six classics and three comic books/graphic novels. Amongst those books are 18 which I would loosely label as diverse, which,… Continue reading My 2019 TBR and Reading Challenge

Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge
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My 2018 Goodreads Reading Challenge

I love Goodreads. I'm not as active on there as I'd like to be but I bleddy love the Challenge. I first signed up in 2016 and challenged myself to 50 books. I managed 47 but kept the target the same for 2017. Last year I smashed it with 64, although it's worth noting there… Continue reading My 2018 Goodreads Reading Challenge