Hello! I’m Janet, a twenty-something blogger from the South West of England. I write about all sorts of different things, but mostly books, travel and lifestyle content!
I am so excited to show y'all my Notion setup. It's been almost two weeks since I setup my Notion and started fully using it and it has actually made things easier. I have one app to write everything down, all my notes are organized for reference, and it makes my blogging so much smoother.… Continue reading My Notion Workspace Tour!
September was a MONTH, y'all. I was constantly working for something or was occupied completely. As I look back, the month feels very long and yet I can't remember individual days for the life of me. The month didn't go how I expected it to because of one key life change which turned the entire… Continue reading September Highlights // Blogletters & 50k views in 2020!
Hi! Hello! It's been a VERY long time since I did a personal post which is not a life update. I used to do these quite regularly in the first 2 years of blogging. Book blogging sucked me in after that because I was having FOMO and wanted to be involved in the community more.… Continue reading 2 Truths & 1 Lie || testing how well you really know me
This topic has been on my mind for at least two months now. I wasn't sure if I should talk about it in a blog post or simply rant about it to a friend. But also, no one whom I text that much has a blog or bookstagram account which means they won't relate to… Continue reading Why I Don’t Like Comment Back Culture Anymore // discussion
Blogging encompasses a vast number of areas. When you become a blogger, you take on the role of an editor, a graphic designer, a social media marketer, a web designer, and much more. Blogging is much more than writing posts and publishing them. I joined blogging in January 2016 with absolutely no idea about what… Continue reading 10 Things I Learnt from ~5 Years of Blogging
It's surreal that two whole thousand of you subscribed to my content. While I do look at the followers count, I realized long back that followers =/= readers. People can follow via social media and not the blog but still keep up-to-date with posts or there could be people who read several posts whenever they… Continue reading I hit 2k followers!! + long overdue Q&A
Hey y'all! Things are very different nowadays, especially with our routines. With those changes, even our requirement in our bullet journals change. For example, my outdoor activity is zero. My expenditure is VERY less. And I don't really need to use my bullet journal daily, since I don't find it hard to fit in all… Continue reading April Bullet Journal Setup
Hey y'all! This has been a CRAZY month. But it has also been a month of really good music. Here are the songs that I've been OBSESSED WITH in March. Inner Child by BTS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_YO7BBOTSk This song is TOO GOOD. I frequently listen to this and dance around. It's a happy song, and we need… Continue reading Songs On Repeat // March 2020
As Romance is the genre I read the most, I will ALWAYS have recommendations for it. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blogging meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week's topic is Genre Freebie, basically any topic related to a genre that we would like to talk about. I've previously shared romance… Continue reading 10 Very Underrated Romance Books
HELLO Y'ALL! I'm officially just sitting home with no work and no college for the foreseeable future. Yes I am struggling because I need a purpose to my days and suddenly having all plans cancelled is not great. BUT. The silver lining is that I finally have time to read! And I've actually been burying… Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 18 March 2020
This was a month of Taylor Swift, BTS and Kdrama OSTs. You'll see what I mean when I share the songs below. Go away by Punch ft. Chanyeol (EXO) https://youtu.be/h6TEh_wGgp0 This is a new song. It's from the Kdrama Romantic Dr. Teacher Kim 2 which I haven't watched. I listened to this song mainly because… Continue reading Songs on Repeat // February 2020 edition
I'm very into dystopia. While there are few books that I've really liked, I'm always looking for books in the genre that sound interesting. Axiom was one of those. When the author reached out to me for a review in return for an advanced reader's copy, I immediately agreed. And I looked forward to reading it as well.