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My Happiness Project


Like I said in my Happy 2018 post, I plan to do start My Happiness Project in order to take back control of my life. I want to start living a proactive life. The best way I can think to do that is making sure that each month I focus on something that will help me grow. The only thing that I am doing that is a bit weird is that I am spending both January and February on the…

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Happy 2018!


Happy 2018! This past year has not been a fabulous one for me. Not that anything particularly bad happened. Nothing like the great ankle break of 2016. However, it really felt like I stopped living the life I wanted to create. I let myself become a reactionary. I just went along for the ride and struggled to make plans and decisions in my life. I’m done sitting in the back seat for my life. “I’d rather die on an adventure than…

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My December TBR

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I wanted my December TBR to capture exactly how December feels to me. As we are closing out the year, I thought it may be apt to close out a couple of series that I have yet to finish.  Also, I really wanted to include at least one reread and one holiday-themed book. All of these books are smack dab in my favorite genres. They make me want to curl up under a blanket with a mug of hot cocoa…

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The Hammer of Thor Review

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I just finished book two of Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard Series by Rick Riordan, The Hammer of Thor. I love basically every single thing that Rick Riordan writes. More than that, I am currently obsessed with Norse mythology. Like his other works, Magnus is the son of a Norse god Frey. He has to deal with various gods (who mess with his life), he has to go on quests to fix the god’s mistakes, and he has to…

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My September TBR Pile


I kept my September TBR Pile on the small side this year, so I can actually get through it. I said the other day on Instagram that during summer I tend to read YA romances that are fluffy and heartwarming. However, when Autumn rolls around I read moodier books and lean toward high fantasy and books that require me to think. I also usually read a YA book about a girl who studies abroad. I think it reminds me of…

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