For my English class, I had to read The Diary of Anne Frank. First, I would like to say that Anne Frank’s storytelling and her vocabulary at her age (13-15 years old) was very impressive. She made you feel what she was going through and did a great job making the reader understand what most
On Saturday, March 24th there were hundreds of thousands of people marching in Washington D.C. (and other cities around the U.S.) to protest against gun violence. Even though, I couldn’t go to the march yesterday, I was there with them in spirit. I’m very proud of all of the students who were able to be
On a cold rainy Sunday last month, my family and I decided to do a day trip to Columbia, Pennsylvania to check out the Turkey Hill Experience. To my surprise, the visit turned out to be better than I imagined it would be. I originally, thought that it would be in like an old factory
Happy Sock Sunday! I am currently reading Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan. So far, I’m really liking the book! Hopefully, I can finish this book soon so I can do a review for it and tell you my thoughts on it! Synopsis: Amina has never been comfortable in the spotlight. She is happy just hanging
Happy Tuesday! Every week, I get sooo excited to see what this week’s new book releases will be! It’s like Christmas! Here are the books I’m most excited about this week! Hope this list has your next good read! The Price Guide to the Occult by Leslye Walton When Rona Blackburn landed on Anathema Island
New books released this week has me SOOOO EXCITED! WHOA! What will be my next read?! I’m currently listening to I Stop Somewhere by TE Carter from last week’s new release line up. OMG! It’s so good!!! Stay tuned to see what book I choose to read this Sunday during my Sock Sunday’s post.
Happy Sock Sunday! Long time no see! I’m glad to say that I will be picking back up on my reading and continuing Sock Sunday. Anyways, this week I will be listening to the audible, I Stop Some-Where by TE Carter. If you saw my last blog post you would know that this is a
No school today… So, I’m reading! 🤓 I love days where I can sit for a good amount of time and read. I’m currently reading Bad Girls Throughout History by Ann Shen. (I asked for this book for Christmas and got it!) What I like about it is that every turn of the page I learn
Here’s a list of some of this week’s new book releases. As many of you book junkies know, most new book releases come out every Tuesday. The books below are some that I’m really excited about. It’s a bummer, I can’t read them all right now. Don’t be surprised if you see one of these
Reading Goal for 2018 is to read 30 books. Last year, my goal was to read 45 books by the end of the year, and I didn’t succeed so, I decided to lower the number in hopes I will reach my goals. I will probably read the majority of my books over the summer. Here
Bucket lists are fun. I really enjoy creating them and trying my hardest to complete them throughout the year. They give me things to plan and look forward to. Honestly, this year it took me so long to create this list because I wasn’t sure what I wanted to include. I always get stuck. However,
Friendship is a beautiful thing, it definitely should be celebrated everyday! Galentine’s Day is a great way to show your best friends or gal pals that you truly value their friendship. Here is a list of ideas or things that you can do together. Gift Giving is an obvious and A MUST so I’m not
Hello February! This month, I’m going to be doing another photo challenge! With Valentine’s Day being this month, I wanted to make the theme Love. Join me on completing this month’s challenge on Instagram – use the hashtag #lovenatfeb2018 Challenge Yo’ Self! Stay Sweet XOX, Facebook Google+ Pinterest Twitter
Happy Sock Sunday! I’ve been reading Rules of Rain by Leah Scheier on and off for a couple of weeks. So far, I’m really enjoying it, I just wished, I had more time to read these days. My schedule has been a little cray cray and by the time I pick my book back up I
Choosing a word of the year is important because it can encourage and remind you of your goals and resolutions. Many people pick this out in December but I decided that I would enjoy the holidays and take January to reflect on last year and decide what I would like to work on in 2018.
Synopsis: This is the story of two totally different girls— quiet, shy, artistic Emmie popular, outgoing, athletic Katie —and how their lives unexpectedly intersect one day, when an embarrassing note falls into the wrong hands. . . . All the crushes, humiliations, boredom, and drama of middle school are compressed into one surprising day in