April Wrap-Up + May TBR!

I’m a day late and I haven’t posted much lately: I’ve had a very stressful home-school week as we start school on Monday (the seniors, 2 meters apart and I’m super happy to see my friends again, but waking up at 6.30am again is going to be torture) and I had the worst migraine yesterday – so I was super inactive 😦 But anyways: here are all the books/ bookish things about last month and my reading goals for May!

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2019 – an annual wrap up of the year!

HAPPY NEW YEAR (and decade!) EVERYONE! I hope you all had a great time celebrating, I was at a friend’s party with my whole friend group and had a blast! Suffering from extrem tiredness and headaches, I am still writing this post and hope not to get too nostalgic thinking about this past year and how everything will be different as it’s a new decade! Here’s a wrap-up of all the books I read in 2019, the best, the worst and the one’s in between!

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November Wrap-Up and December TBR

It’s the first of December – yayyy! Christmas is just around the corner and I couldn’t be in a better mood! I can’t believe November already ended, it felt like the shortest month of the year (probably the reason I didn’t get anything done haha!). Anyways, here’s a wrap-up of last month and an outlook for December!

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September Wrap-Up & October TBR

September flew by extremely fast. It was an overwhelming moth for me as I now have a complete new school system and had to adjust and process this huge change. Hence, I didn’t have much time for reading and found myself in a real reading slump – so this should be fun! Here’s my overview for September and some ideas for this upcoming month!

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August Wrap-Up and September TBR

Am I only one out here who is freaking out about the fact that the summer is already over and never before ended so abruptly? Anyways, here’s a small overview of everything I’ve posted/read/discussed the past month of August and what my reading (and general) plans are for September and therefore my junior year of high school!

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