Good Reading Habits Tag


I was nominated for the Good Reading Habits tag by Macey at Brine and Books. She has a lovely blog with lifestyle, book, and writing posts, so be sure to check out her site!

I was quite excited to see this tag as I’ve been trying to get back into reading lately! I never stopped reading, but throughout college and postgraduate life, I was so caught up with classes and work that I didn’t read as often as I wanted to. For the past year or so, however, I have been allocating more of my free time to reading! I’m still not where I would like to be, but I do have some good habits to share!

Anyways, for this tag, all you have to do is discuss your good reading habits, tag back to the original creator, and tag a few friends!

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March Library Haul


Good afternoon everyone! Today was a strange day. I almost made it to work before receiving a call from my boss telling me not to come into work today. Apparently, the internet wasn’t working properly at work, so everyone was going home. If there aren’t any customers, there’s no point in having me there. Don’t worry-my boss at least paid me for thirty minutes since he informed me of this incident so late. I wasn’t about to let my trip into town go to waste though-I met with an academic advisor for my community classes (surprisingly, they have a building that’s literally five minutes from my job), and I FOUND A LIBRARY!

To be honest, I think I visited this library a couple of times when I was in high school because it was closer to my school. Normally, however, I used another one that was closer to my house. Both are in the same county though, so my card works at both. I was a bit nervous about using my card because I only used it a couple of times these past five years when I was visiting my family from college. My parents also moved to another county (although we’re basically on the border and still frequently shop/work in that area), so I wasn’t sure if my card would still work.

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February Book Haul


For my birthday last month, I received a gift card to Barnes & Noble. It didn’t take me long to pick out a few books! I feel like I chose a decent amount of romantic ones, so this haul is perfect for February (you know, with Valentine’s Day and all)!

In this post, I’m going to include links to each book’s page on Goodreads (feel free to follow me on Goodreads too) in case you want to read an in-depth summary. Also, before we get into this post, I wanted to let you all know that I was featured on Rachel’s blog, Another Station, Another Mile, as the blogger of the month! Go on over to her post and read my answers to her questions! Her blog has a variety of content that includes books, travel, conservation, music, etc., so I’d recommend checking out her other posts as well!

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What I’m Reading – January 2019


For 2019, I’m aiming to read two books a month. I have such a variety of books that I plan on reading for January (and probably a bit in February too). I have many interests, and I feel like this list certainly shows it! This month I have included some poetry, mystery, comics, and nonfiction on my reading list. I honestly read far too many books at the same time, which is probably why I like to read different genres (they’re less likely to get confused with each other).

If you’re curious, I already started off the year with Rainbow Rowell’s “Landline”. I did not include it here because I finished it earlier this month, but if you’re interested, it was a fun read! Anyways, here’s the list of books I’m currently looking into!

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Fall Reading List


Guess what? I am finally getting back into reading again! Life has been a bit hectic for me lately, but now that I don’t work 24/7, I have more time to read. It’s something I missed, and I’m glad that I have been able to read more often!

Now that I moved back to the town I grew up in, I also have a library card that should still work! I haven’t been to check out any books yet, but this should help me find more books to read without spending money or filling up my shelves. Plus, visiting the library is always a fun and inexpensive outing (especially as the weather gets colder).

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