The challenge where you remember all those goals you set yourself at the start of the year and focus on reaching them! Whether it's a general goal, a specific bingo sheet or maybe a set TBR - those are what we're going to focus on!
Two weeks ago, I talked about some - in my opinion - dark and scary books. This time, I'm going to talk about some movies that make me think of Halloween. One because it legitimately freaked me out for weeks, another one because of it's dark atmosphere and others because they simply gave me those Halloween-vibes.
I'm using today's post to wrap up the whole reason I'm off schedule on my IT-readalong. The Charms: Extra Credit Readathon! I couldn't say no to this one and I realize this has caused me to neglect IT. I just wanted to get all the books read, true Hermione-style, in order to get some April-advantages. As if you can blame me for that! But.. Did I succeed?
After the.. kind of disappointment that was Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu, I really was hoping for Maas not to go down the same path with this novel. Need I say I should NOT have worried, Probably not. At this point I can't even imagine Maas disappointing me anymore and.. I kind of don't understand why I was worried in the first place? Because this was.. amazing.
A review-ish kind of post on the first quarter of IT by Stephen King! Has it creeped me out already: YUP. Am I getting what I was expecting: YUP. Am I totally behind on reading schedule right now? DOUBLE YUP.
Being at home for a while definitely boosted my reading in some ways so.. once again, I read a lot of books. And yes, I realize this post is a day late but as I mentioned yesterday: I really wanted to put up a post regarding World Mental Health Day since that's way more important than my reading update! That doesn't mean you're not getting it though, so here we go!
I often come across posts where bloggers are telling their followers about taking a step back and focusing on themselves, planning some self-care of even talking about the self-care routines that help them in the long run. Since today's World Mental Health Day, and since I too realized how important self-care is, I thought it the perfect time to share all the hints, tips and tricks I figured out for myself.