When does Spring end? I may be shooting too high here, what with school taking up most of my time in April and May. But setting goals is the first step to achieving them. (Or at least that sounds right to me.) So I’m going to go ahead and add five books that I’ve been wanting to read to my Spring ... Read More about 5 books on my Spring reading list!
Over spring break I traveled to Aruba for a few days with family – my parents, grandparents and my uncle. It was a quick trip that was scheduled around my break for school – and because of a snow day before the break I ended up having 3 exams immediately when I got back. - But I still had fun. ... Read More about Aruba – butterfly garden’s and donkey sanctuaries
It Ends With Us is dramatic, absorbing, sad, and shocking at times – which is exactly what I’ve come to expect from Colleen Hoover. Her books are incredibly engrossing and always have characters that make you immediately take to them. Her books also always have a twist that turns the story on its ... Read More about Book Talk: ‘It Ends with Us’ by Colleen Hoover
There have been 3 times in my life when I’ve cried on an airplane. The first was when I was about 9 years old and my family flew to Bermuda for a family reunion. My brother (who’s not really an asshole in general but definitely has his asshole moments) had been continuously telling me about the ... Read More about Traveling with flying anxiety
A playlist for those Sunday mornings filled with coffee, dancing, sunshine and possibility. There's something about Sunday mornings that encourages a calming and peaceful atmosphere. They also tend to have a motivating quality to them. When I wake up on a sunny Sunday morning (especially if there's ... Read More about Sunday morning playlist