Well, if I thought February was bad… March was just another level. I’ve been in this weird sort of limbo for the past couple of weeks, but in any case this led to me reading a lot. And I consider that an absolute win.
I think (hope) we can all agree this month was not the best.
Hello and welcome to another post in which I give a lengthy summary of my month that no one wants to read but which I will use to walk down memory lane in future years.
I simply refuse to believe that today is the last day of 2021.
It’s (basically) the end of 2021, and that means it’s my very favorite time of the blogging year: the couple weeks where I can make all of my content yearly wrap-ups and talk about my reading stats to my heart’s content.
This is my latest wrap-up post in the history of this blog and for that I sincerely apologize….
It’s hard to describe the feeling I’ve had since the beginning of September.
Happy September! Now that we’ve reached the -ember months, aka the best time of the year, we can start celebrating fall without being judged!
My senior year of high school starts in less than a month, which is equal parts disturbing and exciting.
last day of June! Summer is passing way too quickly, and I can’t decide whether I’m excited for school to start again or if I’d rather have summer last forever.
May. Where do I even start?
It was the best of reading months, it was the worst of reading months, it was the month of 5-star reads, it was the month of my worst slump yet, it was the beginning of spring, it was the intensity of school stress, it was sunny days, it was calculus practice tests.
Do you ever get that feeling where you feel like the beginning of the month was just yesterday, but it simultaneously feels like it was a long time ago, and you’re confusing yourself by forgetting how time works and when you did what and how long a month is supposed to be? Me too.
I’ve noticed a weird effect of quarantine: time seems to pass a lot more quickly when you’re home all day. I don’t know how I feel about that, but at least the most depressing month of the year is over, and I can quite literally feel spring in the air.
Today, I was startled by the realization that I haven’t done a proper wrap-up post since October, despite the fact that the entire point of this blog is to talk about the books I read. (Whoops) So, here is my January wrap-up, featuring everything I read and posted this month!
What a crazy few months! I absolutely cannot believe it’s already November. I haven’t been able to blog that much recently, but today I decided it’s finally time I posted a monthly (or in this case, bi-monthly) wrap-up.
It’s September! Do you know what that means?
It means that the BEST season has finally arrived, with the months of September, October, November, and December (aka the best months of the year). I am so excited!
Is it just me, or did July feel like the longest month we’ve had this year?
It felt like one long time vacuum. What did I even do this month?
I’m having a hard time believing it’s already July; since quarantine started, everything has blended together into one long expanse of monotonous social distancing. March feels like it was simultaneously last week and five years ago. I thought writing a monthly wrap-up would help break up the Groundhog Day feeling, so here’s a little overview of what I read and blogged about this month!