Month: August 2018

Dawn in Damnation by Clark Casey 📚 BOOK REVIEW

I read a paperback version of Dawn in Damnation that was sent to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. Genre: Paranormal, Western, Horror. Publisher: Lyrical Underground Originally published: October 31st, 2017 Pages: 182 (Paperback)   Blurb by the Publisher: Welcome To Damnation . . .where every living soul is as dead as a doornail. Except one. Buddy Baker is a…

How I Take Care of Myself

I feel at my best mentally when I take the time to take care of my body as well as my mind. These two are very much connected, and I’ve always been able to tell a significant difference in how I feel mentally when I workout regularly and when I don’t. My workout routines have come and gone a bit…

I’ve been waiting for 4 years!!

But now the wait is finally over! In 2014, Jason Mraz released the album Yes! and for those of you who’ve followed me for a while, you know just how much I love his music! Jason Mraz is still one of the best live artists I’ve ever seen, and if you haven’t had the opportunity to experience his music live…

The Course of Love by Alain de Botton 📚 BOOK REVIEW

I read a paperback version of The Course of Love. Genre: Fiction, contemporary, romance. Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd. Originally published: April 28th, 2016 Pages: 240 (Paperback) Audiobook length: 7 hrs, 5 mins (Narrated by Julian Rhind-Tutt)   Blurb by the Publisher: Modern love is never easy. Society is obsessed with stories of romance, but what comes after happily ever after? This is a love story with a difference.…

The Ones I Love❤️

As a person that does not have a significant other/partner in crime/boyfriend (whatever you like to call it) to tell the whole world how much I love and adore, I won’t let that stop me! I want to spread some love and appreciation for all the other amazing ones that are in my life! So here it goes! To my…

Don’t get defensive and personal!

I’m a girl/woman (why does both of those words just feel wrong?) PERSON (that’s better!) who has quite a few untraditional opinions. I take pride in being a very open-minded person, and I have no problem with expressing my personal and untraditional thoughts. I will gladly take part in a discussion as well, as long as everyone who’s a part…

The Little Shop of Happy Ever After by Jenny Colgan 📚 BOOK REVIEW

  I read a paperback version of The Little Shop of Happy Ever After. Genre: Fiction, contemporary, romance. Publisher: Sphere Originally published: January 11th, 2016 Pages: 343 (Paperback) Audiobook length: 9 hrs, 13 mins   Blurb by the publisher: Nina is a librarian who spends her days happily matchmaking books and people – she always knows what someone should read next. But when her beloved…

Wrong about mentally strong!

There are a lot of misconceptions about what it actually means to be a mentally strong person. I’ve heard people telling me that they’re weak because they cry, weak because they feel too much, weak because they find themselves failing, or weak because they find themselves getting hurt. For a long time, I thought these things were true too! It’s…

So, about last night!

Well, technically it wasn’t last night. It was Saturday night. I’m on vacation in my hometown, visiting my family at the moment. My sister really wanted us to have a few beers and go out. I can’t remember when I went out on the town here in Tønsberg last. I’ve been trying to, but I just can’t remember. There are…