I sat down this afternoon, bullet journal in hand, and decided to make a condensed list of my #readingfromhome TBR since at the moment picking from 74 books feels a little overwhelming. I went through my list, thinking about which books I was desperately excited to read, and which I thought would be five star … Continue reading Decisions, Discarding, and Donating
I'm going to be chatting about something a bit different today, and that's my favourite literary podcasts. It was only about a year ago that I even discovered that bookish podcasts were a 'thing', but they've been fabulous for getting unusual recommendations and filling my 40 minute commute to university with something more productive than … Continue reading 4 Literary Podcasts
I always get a thrill when the season changes, and in the UK this year it feels as though as soon as we hit September the temperature plummeted and we could start hauling out the jumpers. Although I always love feeling the weather change (especially when Autumn comes around - I can't cope with heat) … Continue reading 2017 Autumn Bucket List
This September marks the start of my masters degree, which although is really exciting, also marks the start of a year where I'm going to have some huge financial changes. Due to the number of hours I can work at my part time job without burning out alongside the very low student loan I receive … Continue reading Why I’m not buying clothes for a year.
It's that time of year again when hundreds of posts are circulated around university age people, listing everything from bedding your mum picked out to a colander that your flatmate will definitely steal three weeks into first term. When lists try to tell you absolutely everything you might possibly need, they get overwhelming and (for … Continue reading 7 Things You Will Actually Need at University
So, as of today, after going through every book in the house that wasn't my boyfriends (and some that were that I want to read eventually), I have 95 books on my physical TBR. 95. That's actually insane. This is also not counting some books I'm waiting on from a book-swap, which will take the total to … Continue reading Battle of the TBR: My Book Buying Ban
Today I'm going to talk about something that I haven't before on this blog, and that topic is money. Since the beginning of the year especially, and after reading The No Spend Year, I've been attempting to become more conscious with where my money is going and what I'm putting into savings every month. In the … Continue reading Spending Diet