Blog Tour: ‘Bloom Where You’re Planted: Life the Expat Way’ by Lasairiona McMaster

I've been very excited about this book since the moment I saw Rachel's email about the tour, because - guess what - it's about living abroad and I'VE JUST MOVED ABROAD!! It's perfect timing.

Monday Moodlifter #8

Hey guys, my life took a very fast speed during the last week, and I feel like I can't catch up. It's good in a way, but also very stressful. I always welcome exciting turns, and I'm positive everything will turn out just fine, but with this crazy ride it's like my soul has stuck somewhere behind me. I don't know if you know the feeling. Anyways, some quick cheering up is exactly what I need now, and it would probably do good for you, too!

Announcement: Two-Week (Semi-)Hiatus

If you're a regular visitor on my blog you might already have noticed that I've been a bit absent in the last couple of days. I have a lot on my plate right now, and I've been thinking about it, and decided that right now I have to concentrate on my "real life" and I … Continue reading Announcement: Two-Week (Semi-)Hiatus

Monday Moodlifter #4

Hey, I'm finding myself more and more stressed as things are heating up in my life! I'm very excited, but I'm also very scared, and I think I'm stressing out way more than I should. I don't know about you, but I would definitely need a Monday moodlifter!! I hope I can make your day a bit better with sharing these little things, too! ❀

Monday Moodlifter #3

Hey, They say that trouble never comes alone, and that's true: I've experienced that whenever something goes wrong in my life, or simply I'm living a very stressful couple of days/weeks/months, there's always more burdens creeping at me from around the next corner... These days are that kind of a period in my life. I know I need a moodlifter today. Don't you?

A Mixture Of A Meme, A Tag And My Thoughts: A Chaotic Wrap-Up Of My Reading Year 2018

I was uncertain about writing a wrap-up post about my year of reading, because I felt like this would make no sense - I only started blogging in June, half the year I still went to university...it's not at all a homogeneous reading experience, not one with clear goals, and I thought it would make more sense on my first bloggiversary in next June. Then I've been tagged by two wonderful bloggers to do two different kind of wrapping up, and I decided what the hell! I might as well write something about my year. Creating a lot of different posts about the same thing doesn't make sense, though, so I decided to do everything together.

BLOG TOUR: ‘Can You Hula Like Hilo Hattie?’ by Tyler Colins

What better there is in a terrible, cold, wet weather (when all day seems to be evening and you can't decide if the thing falling from the grey clouds is rain or snow) than taking a journey into a mystery novel set in sweet and fun Hawaii? Well, I can think of a lot of things that are great to do, but this was definitely one of them!