I’ve just finished reading What’s a Girl Gotta Do, by Holly Bourne! I had absolutely no idea that this book is the last in the Spinster series, this is why you should always do your research about series first, I guess. I really enjoyed it actually, found it quite nicely inspiring and a fun read. I’m really looking forward to writing my review for this, because it had so many elements to it and I loved so many different parts. I will definitely be checking out the rest of the series.
You can actually read my latest blog post on what I’ve been watching lately, and what I’ve been thinking about the series. All this free time has meant that I’ve been able to catch up and start new series!
I haven’t quite managed to get into the swing of things with my posting – my 2am shifts at work have completely thrown me off! I’m hoping that now my uni assignments are out of the way, I can carry on with working on this blog and get it to a better standard.
Picking back up where I left off, with my ninth favourite poem from milk and honey. losing youwas the becomingof myself -Rupi Kaur -Personally, Emma
The first post went down well, so I thought I’d do another one with a few pictures from other pages. When me and my friends decided we were going to do a quiz, I knew that I would have to design a page for it! It’s very simple, and not very well thought through –…
I’ve finished reading Am I Normal Yet, by Holly Bourne and I’ve got my review up! I really enjoyed it, mostly because of the character Evie who I found so relatable and interesting to read about. I’m now onto How Hard Can Love Be, and I’m looking forward to finishing the Spinster series. I’m still…
This week I sent off my last University assignment, now I only have one exam to do in a weeks time and my second year will have finished. Because of this, I want to set myself new targets at home so I do more than just sleep! I can’t help napping so much at the moment, because I’m doing 6 days a week at 2am and then I’m exhausted when I get home!
With the weather getting better I want to start doing some gardening, and perhaps paint the house! I moved into my own place before the lockdown, and it still needs a spruce up and to finish unpacking the second bedroom. It would be great if I could get that done this summer.
Other than that, my quarantine catch up is limited. I’ve managed to loose another few pounds over the last couple of weeks, so I’m getting closer to my dream weight too.