Here’s what I read in February!
I’m linking up with Anne in Residence for her Currently series. Here’s what I’m admiring, playing, borrowing, remembering, and finishing right now.
Long time no post! Even though it’s a few weeks late, I thought I’d still link up with Anne of In Residence for her monthly Currently series. Here’s what I’m experiencing, appreciating, wishlisting, posting, and considering.
I’m linking up with Anne of In Residence for her Currently series, the first time I’ve done so since October! Here’s what I’m anticipating, going, making, watching, and wearing right now.
The week before last, I won tickets through an Instagram giveaway to a show called Pop-Up Magazine. I had never heard of it before, but I am always up for trying something new, especially cultural events. The event was last Wednesday, and I loved it.
Three Things (on Thursday) is a weekly newsletter where I send things that make your life a little better, week after week. This comes in the form of three things to read (usually books or links to articles), two things that you should know, and one thing I’ve learned in recent weeks.
January, perpetually the longest month in existence, is over. And with that, on to February, and February goals! Here’s what I’m up to at the moment.
I read nine books in January! Two were while I was traveling and three were during the 24 in 48 readathon. I’m overall pretty pleased with my reading choices this month. All but one of those are books I acquired in the last few weeks, which is crazy (I spent a lot of money on books), and ironically the one I bought a few years ago was my least favorite. On to the books!
Hannah wrote a post about her gifts of January and I couldn’t help but be inspired to emulate her and write my own.
It’s a well established fact that I love reading challenges. I love the idea of getting myself to read outside my usual boundaries. Finishing reading challenges, however, is another story. I feel like my interest usually wanes a third of the way into the year, and then I forget about them entirely. That’s fine if it works for you, but I’m an enneagram 3 and I’m all about completing the goals. That’s why this year I’m going to focus on just one.