Hello everyone, and welcome back to my blog! If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you will know that for the past 2 years I have been completely and utterly consumed by my A Levels, and my posting on here has been relatively scattered and fragmented. But prior to this (and before I had stopped reading YA), I had gotten into a really good flow of reading and blogging, especially in the summer of 2019. Now that my A Levels are over (there was a huge amount of disbelief at the surreality of the moment, followed by hysteria and screaming), I have begun reading again, and I have observed a noticeable difference in my reading now, compared to before I started my A Levels, when I would devour oh-so-many-books! I thought it would be interesting to discuss and compare in a post, and I would love to hear your thoughts on this too. I would also just like to disclaim that I am hoping that a majority of these changes are temporary, and are just a side effect of me getting used to reading again after such a long break!Continue reading “How 2 Years of Intense Studying Has Changed My Reading”
Fun fact about this post: it was originally supposed to be about how I haven’t read for pleasure in 7 months, but master procrastinator that I am waited 4 months to write this. Props to one of MY GREATEST FRIENDS bc she forced me to get back into blogging!!! If you’re really confused as to why someone would inflict themselves with such self-torture then allow me to direct you here and here.Continue reading “I Haven’t Read for Pleasure in 11 Months | Do I Regret It?”
Hey everyone, welcome back to my blog. I know it’s been dead for a while – I have been working on some posts and it’s taking some time. I’m focusing more on prioritising quality over quantity with my posts, which is why you might not hear from me as often as before.
It would be impossible not to address the current situation on my (previously mostly bookish… but that’s changing!) blog, and I really want to take this opportunity to just reflect on the many things that COVID19 has shown us and taught us, and what we can then learn from that and change in our everyday lives.