hello everyone, it’s been a while since i last posted. before i begin the post, here’s a short life update – i’m done with exams, and finally have gotten all of my papers back 😀 i did pretty well in most of them and some of my teachers even took me aside to tell me they were proud of how much i’ve improved academically. overall i’m really pleased with my progress and i’m so happy my effort paid off.
to celebrate, i’ll be rewarding myself by joining a readathon! i’m a huge fan of readathons, because they give me the opportunity to interact with other participants, and motivate me to read more.
Continue reading “signing up for the #pondathon!”
october was a very exhausting month. i still hadn’t fully gotten used to going back to school again, but the teachers seemed to have decided that since i’d already been given a month to adjust, they could start piling work upon me. SCHOOL IS THE ABSOLUTE WORST.
Continue reading “monthly marshmallows – october 2019”
hello everyone! i know i’ve been bombarding you all with blog tour and review posts lately, and that’s due to the fact that i’ve been super occupied with schoolwork since the beginning of september and i don’t really have any time to sit down and properly blog about things. i’m slowly working on my europe travel diary and other discussion posts, and i hope to get them ready soon! for the time being, let me try to make things more interesting by doing a book tag 😀
a great big thank you to audrey @ make your (book)mark for tagging me! there are currently 1357 books on my goodreads shelf – i obviously have a huge problem, lol. i read 100 books a year on average, so it’ll probably take me around 13.5 years to finish reading all of them. to quote frank zappa – “so many books, so little time”.
Continue reading “i should read that book tag”