So many of the stories that have moved, taught, encouraged, inspired, and stuck with me throughout my life have been written by women. Some of these are pictured above. Happy International Women's Day to all of the incredible women out there!
Happy Wednesday, and Happy March! After a long day of helping 7th graders with essays, PD, and grading, I came home today and decided to skip my run (I will make it up) and get caught up on my reading notes and blog stuff. One of these days--I say this every month I think--I will... Continue Reading →
Hello All! Look at me, getting another post up *so soon* after the first one! This is a bit of a delayed review, since I finished this book last month, but I really enjoyed it and didn't want to skip talking about it! Last month, I read Pardonable Lies by Jaqueline Winspear. It is the... Continue Reading →
Happy Monday Darlings! Reviews for the books I read in January are coming (I PROMISE) and I'm excited to share them, because I read some great books last month! However, for now, I will share my reading choices for the lovely month of February. I'm particularly excited for this month, because not only is my... Continue Reading →
Hello book lovers, and happy new year! I love the start of each new year. Fresh goals, fresh intentions...a fresh start, really. As so many do, each new year I set goals for myself and this year, a few of them center around reading and writing: Read 40 new books--the focus is on books I... Continue Reading →
Is the title enough to clue you in? I'm about a month into breakup recovery and I've done all of the normal things--binged Friends on Netflix, cried, watched rom-coms, ate ice cream, listened to both sad and inspirational playlists, signed up for a half-marathon, got a tattoo...okay some of these might just be things I... Continue Reading →
April was basically a blur and here we are in May already! I am OFFICIALLY done with grad school (graduation was on Monday which already feels like it was a year ago) and what a wild ride that was. Part of me is ecstatic to be done with school and part of me is ready... Continue Reading →