My Christmas Tree (2018)

I think it’s time to get a little festive, wouldn’t you agree? This post is short and sweet. I really just want to show off my Christmas tree! Some of you might be a little confused because this literally looks nothing like where I take any of my photos. That’s because this is at my […]

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My Absence + Rambles

Wow, hey there guys. I’ll just cut to the chase; obviously I’ve been gone for a short while. Not GONE gone, just kind of not here. I’ve been a little active on my Twitter and I post every day of the week on my bookstagram, but my blog has been seriously suffering since school started. […]

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September Goals

It’s that time again! I think it’s so important to have short-term goals for yourself. Long-term goals are nice in theory, but sometimes unattainable and it can be so discouraging when you don’t accomplish them. Short-term goals gives you a time limit, and the goals you create can be smaller and simpler. Baby steps. Goal […]

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All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Note: This post contains affiliate links. You can read my disclosure here, and it can also be found in the menu bar. Rating: 5/5 Synopsis Theodore Finch is fascinated by death. Every day he thinks of ways he might kill himself, but every day he also searches for—and manages to find—something to keep him here, and alive, […]

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So I Started Writing Again

For those of you who don’t know, I’m a writer. I’m majoring in English and Creative Writing not just because I want to work in publishing someday and because of my love of books. I’m a writer, and I figure while I’m in school learning, I may as well improve my writing while I’m at it. Plus, it’s […]

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How I Buy My College Textbooks

You’ll probably see this and think, Why would I need to know how to buy textbooks? I have Chegg, I have Amazon, I have [fill in the blank]. I don’t use those resources to buy my books, though. The way I do it is the way most people advise NOT to do it, so of course I’d […]

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Internship Summer 2018: Wrap-Up

This summer I returned to Martin Engineering as a marketing intern. While my main focus is reading and writing and working in publishing, I think it’s important for everyone to know a little bit about marketing. I started this internship the summer of 2017 when I was planning on majoring in Interactive Digital Studies at […]

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