This is my last post of the year, what on Earth?
I feel like 2018 has been the year that has gone by quickest, and I’m just so confused?
I’m going to be honest, I’ve been really procrastinating on writing up this post, because this post feels like it’s going to be a behemoth to write, and I’m extremely intimidated and exhausted by it.
I’m so on-brand wow go me.
I’m not sure how long this post is going to be, and I’m going to do my best to keep it as short as possible. In today’s post, I’m going to look back at some of my favourite and least favourite things in 2018, recapping some fun moments in the year, and just talking about myself, I guess?
I also want to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who made my year better, whether you’re someone I know online or offline. I’m truly so grateful and glad to have you in my life ❤️
Continue reading “My Overly Honest 2018 Reflection feat. my favourite + least favourite moments of the year”
I know that most people have separate posts for their favourites and least favourites of the year, but just due to scheduling, it just didn’t work out. So I just decided to put both of these into this one post, because it’s better like this than never, ya know?
2018 was a solid reading year. I discovered more about my own bookish tastes, discovered lots of old favourites that wasn’t as great as I remembered, and read a lot of good books, aka 4 to 4.5 stars. Though new 5-star books were far and in between, which I hope to rectify in 2019, books I didn’t really like (aka gave 2 stars and below) were also far and in between, which is great!
I’m ranking my favourites of the year, because for me it’s very clear. However, I’m not ranking my least favorites because I just can’t, so I’ll just be writing about them in a random order. I’ll have honourable (and not-so-honourable) mentions because why not?
Anyway, I’m rambling,
what’s new so let’s get into the post!
Continue reading “A Highly Unsurprising Favourite and Least Favourite Books of 2018”
I have a love for surveys, stats and question-type posts (as evidenced by my 100 Blogger Truths Tag.), so I decided to join in! This was created by Jamie @ The Perpetual Page Turner, so go ahead and check her 2018 post and link yours up!
Continue reading “My Incredibly Long and Extra End of The Year Bookish Survey (Grab A Snack)”