As an introvert who often gets herself into unwanted situations that include other people, I expected this book to be very funny, and I hoped some funny angles will maybe even help me to actually get out of situations. Well, this was a cute little book with fun illustrations, but that's about it.
Lately I've been playing with the thought of learning photography. I mean really learning, not just buying a better camera that knows everything by itself, and then simply hope for the best. I still have next to no time for my hobbies, though, so it's pretty tiring to learn new stuff. That means I have to be, and stay motivated. And for that purpose, this little book was perfect.
Okay, there's no real 'reading' in this one, but it looked supercute, so I had to check it out!
I've always loved writing, and tried my hand at poems, too, though I have to admit that I'm more of the prose writer type.
This greek theme is seeming to go on on my blog these days, and I don't really know which is the cause and which is the consequense, but I'm happy to announce that while being in this mood I've had a chance to realize this dream: I have a little holiday (finally) and I'm flying to Athens for a week with my... well, by the time you read this, he's not my boyfriend anymore...
This book was fun! It gave me very appealing ideas to play with drinks (though I'm far from a bartender, I'm not sure I'll ever make them...they sound so delicious, though, that I really want to try them at least once!).
I've recently read a couple of books about drinks, and I felt like they should be included in the same post. There's something here for everyone: one book about handmade cocktails for the extravagant, creative ones one book about the legendarily strong Absinthe for the hardcore feaster and one book about tea - for the safe players! I myself like the thought of all these, and I'd choose depending on my mood. To learn my thoughts about the books themselves, read further! 😉