Quarterly Check-In

It’s that time of year! Instead of checking in halfway through the year, I like to do two quarterly check-ins and a final wrap-up at the end of the year to look at how I’m doing on the goals that I set in January. I’ve found that this, for me, at least, is a super […]

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TAG: Women’s History Month!

It’s Sunday, so I know this is a strange day to see me posting on, but it’s International Women’s Day today, and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to do Margaret’s tag @ Weird Zeal for the Women’s History Month readathon she’s hosting this month! And, if you’re super hyped about this readathon like I […]

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Bookshelf Tour: Buddhism & Yoga

Welcome to the second week of the bookshelf tour! Last week: Nonfiction. ICYMI, since I’m not on Booktube, and never will be, I wanted to travel through my shelves on a biweekly adventure on the blog. Since these are going to be pretty long, I won’t ramble on, so let’s get to it! Most of […]

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Top 10 Reads of 2019

Wow, this is it. The end of a decade. I read some truly amazing books this year, and also more books than I ever thought possible. For a bit, I played with the idea of a Top 20 if I could read 200 books, but alas, I am a bit short, so we’re here with […]

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2019 Goals: Final Check-In!

That’s it, friends! 2019 is almost at an end, and it’s time to check in with how I’ve done with my goals for the year. I’m posting this with a week and a half left of the month, so I know there’s still some time left to accomplish things, but let’s all be honest with […]

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September Wrap-Up, Part 2

September Wrap-Up, Part 1 Well, the second half of this month has been a lot more productive than the first half, and I’m super grateful for that. Also, I don’t know if anyone’s noticed, but I’ve definitely been pretty quiet on here lately, and well, that’s about to change. Buckle up, kids. Mini Book Reviews […]

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Review: To Love and Let Go by Rachel Brathen

Where do I even start with this review? Well, Rachel started at the end and ended with the beginning, so I’m going to flip that and tell you how I got here in the first place. Truthfully, it begins earlier than this, but I think this is a good starting point. First, I’ve talked about […]

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