If you asked me six months ago what I had planned for this spring, it would include going to day parties, happy hours, going for walks outside, and traveling. Unfortunately, many of us have to put our spring plans on pause and stay indoors in an effort to practice social distancing. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we’re currently living in a time where things are becoming more unpredictable by the day. To keep from going insane or panicking, the most we can do is to focus on the things we can control and less on the things we can not.
When’s the last time you picked up a book and actually read it? Do you find yourself wanting to read more, but can’t ever find the time to do so? Keyword being: TIME. I get it, adulthood is real, and you may not have as much free time on your hands in comparison to your younger years. Luckily for you, I have some helpful tips that can help you read more books. Keep reading to find out what they are!
It’s officially fall! Temperatures are dropping, days are shorter, and the leaves are changing colors. Even better, you have every excuse to curl up, get comfortable, drink a cup of warm apple cider and read a book! If you’re anything like me, during the colder months, you go tend to go into to hibernation mode. To me, it’s the best time to relax and read (one of my favorite things to do). If you’re looking for some new books to fall in love with… I’ve got your covered! Here’s a list of all the books that I plan on reading this fall. You should add them to your bookshelf too!
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