My July Bullet Journal

Last month, I did a sort-of traditional flip through (see it here) but this month, I'm shaking it up a bit. Here's how this post will be going: main monthly pages my weeklies and how I tried different layouts a few of my favourite daily spreads (which are not already in the weekly picture shots)… Continue reading My July Bullet Journal

Painting Sky || kinda cliched and no real special thing

  Title: Painting Sky Author: Rita Branches Genre: NA contemporary romance Status: Standalone Goodreads Synopsis: Nobody ever said life was easy... People pleaser, Jane Skylar wants nothing more than to earn her art degree, start her life, and bask in the bliss of living with her boyfriend. But things don't always go as planned... Struggling with… Continue reading Painting Sky || kinda cliched and no real special thing

Cleaning out my Goodreads TBR (Part 3)

Part 1 | Part 2 And I'm back to clearing a few more books.. 13. The Taking by Kimberly Derting YA sci-fi. Kyra has been missing for five years and wakes up in a dumpster one day with no memories of those missing years. Also, she hasn't aged a day. Everyone she knew has grown and changed and… Continue reading Cleaning out my Goodreads TBR (Part 3)

In The After || unhealthy teenage lives and quite some tragic deaths

Title: In The After Author: Elisa Dane Genre: YA contemporary Status: Book 1 of Fight Chance series Goodreads Synopsis: Sadie Reynolds is a liar with secrets. At school, she’s part of the popular crowd known as AE, despite being broken inside. She hides it well. She has to. The slightest bit of imperfection will land her… Continue reading In The After || unhealthy teenage lives and quite some tragic deaths

Blogging daily: all the deets and feels

As many of you might be knowing, I've blogged daily until June. It takes quite some time, effort and application of mind to get ideas everyday. Recently, I read a post by someone called How daily blogging for one year has changed my life. All the points are true and truer. So, here I am today to tell… Continue reading Blogging daily: all the deets and feels

College and Pokemon Go

Written on Wednesday, 20 July. Hey everyone! It's been a while since I did a personal post, right? I got into a college! The official semester hasn't started yet, it will on the 1st of August. Until then, we can go for a type of bridge course where they teach/revise the pre-requisites that we should… Continue reading College and Pokemon Go

Consoling Angel || not very impressive story, rather audiobook

  Title: Consoling Angel Author: Denice Alicea Narrator: Emily Peot Genre: Sci-fi>time travel, romance Status: Standalone, short story Goodreads || Amazon IN || Amazon US || Amazon UK || Synopsis: This is a YA Short Story. Mira did not know what she had in store the day she fell asleep while wanting to escape her… Continue reading Consoling Angel || not very impressive story, rather audiobook

What it means to be a book blogger today

A big part of the blogosphere is taken up by the book bloggers. All of us love books, are better at communicating through written/typed words, and all of us are also looking to vent about books and bookish things. But! Book blogging is not the simple "I love this book. He is my latest book… Continue reading What it means to be a book blogger today

Advantages of being in a relationship, from someone who has never been in one

The irony. To be understood- these are my thoughts of how a relationship hopefully is so don't hate. I absolutely have no idea in truth. Freedom to text at any time Because you're in a relationship and you can text about even stupid things just because you feel like talking to someone. No hard feelings… Continue reading Advantages of being in a relationship, from someone who has never been in one

Guest post by Stephanie

Hey everyone! I'm glad to say that we have Stephanie from Making time for me guest blogging! First of all, I want to say Thank you for allowing me to Guest Post on your blog.   It is my belief that the more we extend ourselves to sharing, featuring guest bloggers and commenting, the more successful our… Continue reading Guest post by Stephanie

Anomalies || one evil dictator and no sight of love

    Title: Anomalies Authors: Sadie Turner and Colette Freedman Genre: YA Dystopia Status: Standalone (apparently) Goodreads || Amazon || Synopsis: In the future there is no disease. There is no war. There is no discontent. All citizens are complacent members of the Global Governance. But one summer is about to change everything. Keeva Tee… Continue reading Anomalies || one evil dictator and no sight of love

Broken Dreams series || dancers + heartbreak heartbreak heartbreak

Title: A Summer Like No Other (Broken Dreams: Em & Nick #1)  Author: Elodie Nowodazkij Genre: YA Contemporary Romance (novella) Goodreads || Amazon IN || Amazon US || Amazon UK || B&N || Synopsis: She’s his best friend’s little sister. He’s the biggest player of them all. They shouldn’t be together. But this summer’s just too tempting.… Continue reading Broken Dreams series || dancers + heartbreak heartbreak heartbreak

June bullet journal flip through

Hey everyone! First things first, I know I promised a video but I tried filming so many times and when I finally spent hours on waiting it to upload, it's quality SUCKED. So I decided I'll just upload pictures on here which is much easier. You'll also be spared from listening to me stammer. This… Continue reading June bullet journal flip through

#BlogRechargeChat final verdicts

If you've been following me for a while, you'll know that Charley and I hosted a twitter chat on June 29th with the hashtag #BlogRechargeChat. If you're new here and don't know, the chat was for bloggers and blog readers. It was to get info from blog readers about what they like, expect and look for when… Continue reading #BlogRechargeChat final verdicts

Mid-Year Book Freak Out tag

The first half of 2016 is officially over! Wow this year is going by fast. I saw this tag over at  Cátia's (see her post) and it seemed interesting, so here I am, doing it! Till now I've read 136 books and I have to say, quite many were really good. So, let's move on… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out tag