I use my Libby app a lot (it’s brilliant) and recently have gotten into listening to audiobooks. I thought I would give Agatha Christie a try; in the past I have read a few books by Christie, and I disliked her writing. But I absolutely LOVE the bajillion film/ TV/ theatre adaptations that exist of … Continue reading OPINION: I DON’T LIKE AGATHA CHRISTIE’S WRITING
So far on my KonMari Journey, I have read the book, sorted clothes, books and paper, and now I am on to category 4: Komono aka Miscellaneous aka EVERYTHING ELSE. THIS SECTION GAVE ME THE MOST FRUSTRATION. First of I didn’t bother doing the kitchen because 1. I did it in August when I moved … Continue reading KONMARI JOURNEY: KOMONO and SENTIMENTAL
You can read here about my initial thoughts on the book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. I have KonMari’d my clothes, link here about the process and the lessons learned.Today I talk about BOOKS! (and paper). Categories 2 and 3 according to Kondo. BOOKS I didn’t think I would want … Continue reading KONMARI JOURNEY: BOOKS AND PAPER
Hey Friends, I thought I would list the books I have bought this month as I always love seeing what and why people buy the books they do. I will also reveal exactly how much I have spent on books. I haven’t got any restrictions on how much I spend or how many books I … Continue reading LISTOPIA: JANUARY BOOK HAUL!
OH. MY. FRICKING. GOSH. For a book I picked up randomly at the library on a second glance, this was a FIVE STAR READ. The American title is Vivian Apple at the End of the World. Earth has been suffering from natural disasters, diseases, and bizarre weather. Amid this enters Beaton Frick, promising salvation as … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Vivian Versus the Apocalypse by Katie Coyle
You can read my thoughts on The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo here and why I chose to undertake my very own KonMari Journey. Having created my vision for how I wish to spend my time in my environment, I decided to tackle clothes. I thought this would be the easiest … Continue reading KONMARI JOURNEY: CLOTHES
I wasn’t feeling it. S.T.A.G.S. is a private school for the offspring of old money. Greer gets in on a scholarship and finds it difficult to settle in. She is surprisingly invited to a “huntin’, shootin’, fishin’” weekend with the Medievals – the popular group of kids – over their half term. Of-course Greer goes, … Continue reading Book Review: S.T.A.G.S. by M.A. Bennett