Good news: the Monday Moodlifters are back! I was thinking a lot about this before deciding to bring these posts back, because it takes a lot of time to have a weekly recurring post, and my schedule is pretty hectic. I decided to do it anyway. I think in these times, which are hard for everyone, everywhere around the world, it is even more important than before that we're taking at least a couple of minutes for light, uplifting thinking, even if it's only once in a week. So, here it is: Monday Moodlifters are back!
Last week I got something magical with my mail: a sweet, warm and comfortable afternoon in a box. As I told about it before, last month I finally decided to join a book subscription box, and it's been a delight so far! The first book I got was 'Diary of a Somebody', written by the popular "Twitter'-poet, Brian Bilston.
This book was an easier read than I thought it would be, according to the heavy topics and dark promise of the cover.
If you follow me on Twitter you probably already know that I've been playing with the idea of creating a new book blogger directory: one that features bloggers categorized by their geographical place.
My first ever Book Box has arrived! I couldn't be more excited. No, excited is not even the right word. Bewitched. Yes, I am bewitched! I've been thinking about subscribing to a book box for at least a year now. What held me back were mostly two things: What if I wouldn't like the … Continue reading ‘Chocolate and Book’ Box Unboxing
All our lives has been drastically changed in the matter of weeks, if not days - mine just as yours, all around the globe. It's sad, scary, but hey guys - we're all in this together! Anyways, my plans can change, or rather be forced to change, in any minute, though right now I'm in my home, just like so many of us.
I have a feeling that these books by Amanda Lovelace should be marketed under self-improvement (I mean like self-help for women with low self-esteem...or simply just women, everywhere in the world). Her topics are important, the message is clear, but not over-emphasized, the structure is logical, the illustrations lightly support the whole idea.
It's a great book.
(Goodreads/Amazon) Another collection of modern poetry where I'm not a hundred percent sure where the actual poetry is. I don't say that this book actually bad is. It isn't. When I started to read it, I even thought these so called poems could raise the feeling inside me that somebody narrated them to me, I … Continue reading ‘I Hope You Stay’ by Courtney Peppernell
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