books I read in June 2018

We just got back from our trip of a lifetime, and I've been itching to get away again. So in between organizing my trip and wedding photos (more to come at some point, I promise... in the next year?), I've been scouting out campsites, planning packing lists, and generally plotting my next escape. I've also … Continue reading books I read in June 2018

take 2: books I read in January 2018

I toyed with the idea of not doing a "Books I read" for 2018. But with all the things I have going on in my life, I felt like if I didn't do one, I might just not blog at all. Plus it was fun to find out how many books I read in a … Continue reading take 2: books I read in January 2018

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books I read in June

Don't even talk to me about how fast this year is flying by. I'm loving it and I'm hating it and I'm getting married soon. Actually, I'm not, but it feels that way since everything and everyone in the wedding industry is already booked for the entire summer of 2018. That's nuts. It turns out other … Continue reading books I read in June

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books I read in May

May flew by. The Forever Human and I went up north for the most incredible long weekend off the grid. Hey Canada, you rock. Books I read: Everything You Want Me to Be, by Mindy Meija I loved this book so much. So much. Hey Nostradamus!, by Douglas Coupland I think that this might be a … Continue reading books I read in May

books I read in February

I like books, and I like lists. Let's make this a monthly thing, shall we? Brain on Fire, by Susannah Cahalan A memoir (of sorts) about anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis. Not since the essay about Morgellons Disease in The Empathy Exams have I had such hypochondria. The Improbability of Love, by Hannah Rothschild Parts of this book were … Continue reading books I read in February

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books I read in January

It’s that time of year where all we should really be doing is curling up with tea and biscuits and obsessively reading novels. Of course, most of us don’t have / don’t choose to have the luxury of available hours in which to do so (case in point: my grand plan of decreasing my schedule … Continue reading books I read in January