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Minimalism Series Update: Four Years Later

If you want to see my original post from four years ago, click HERE. Yes I am diving into updating you on some of the posts I had posted about originally four years ago and here we are with the update of one of the very first series posts I did; my minimalism series. Let’s get into it, starting with clothes: My needs for clothing have changed and evolved over […]

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10 Books Challenge | Book Tag

Sasha from TheWildSasha did this tag HERE and she linked where she found the tag originally in the description of her video. Sasha said in her video she was tagging anyone that wanted to try it and so yep here we are! THE RULES: List 10 books that have stayed with you in some way. Do not take more than a few minutes and do not think too hard. They […]

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My Book Shelves: Four Years Later!

Here I am four years after my original post (to see the list of 30 books I owned from 4 years ago, click HERE.), reflecting on how things have shifted and changed for me and hubby over the years in regard to our books. Since we got married, we have gone from living in a house to various apartments, a condo, an RV, and now a house again. Obviously our […]

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My Minimal Jewelry Collection: Four Years Later!

Click HERE to see my post from nearly 4 years ago if you would like to see the pieces I used to own versus the ones I currently own. Wow can you believe I first posted about my minimal jewelry collection nearly four years ago? Time flew! Most of my jewelry pieces are still gifts given to me by my friends and family. Let’s see as my tastes have evolved […]

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“Anna K: Away” by: Jenny Lee

4.5 stars rounded up. SQUEEE!!!!! This book was everything! Anna K Away was one of my most anticipated reads of this year and being able to listen to this on audio when that is the way that I took in the first book was such an amazing experience. Our favorites are all back and we get to see Anna deal with the fallout of everything from book one from the […]

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“The Lost Apothecary” by: Sarah Penner

*****I purchased this book through my Book of the Month subscription which is a monthly subscription where you can select one of five brand new hardcover books to receive for only $15! If YOU would like to try Book of the Month and get your first hardcover book for only $5, use my referral code and I will get a credit as well! Happy reading!***** My absolute lack of respect […]

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Rv Life Isn’t For Us (Anymore)

After being in our RV for roughly one and a half years, we have decided to give up the full time RV lifestyle. It was a super easy decision for us for several reasons. First of all, a very much needed reminder, I want to say that if you think RVing sounds great and want to go for it-do it! Obviously what works for us may not work for you […]

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“All’s Well” by: Mona Awad

4.5 stars. Bunny was incredible and so when I first heard that Mona Awad was coming out with a new book, I watched the request options like a hawk until I saw it pop up and I am so thankful that Netgalley and the publisher got me early access to this incredible work! I LOVE the weird, sort of trippy, writing style that Mona Awad has. I have never read […]

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“Harleen” by: Stjepan Šejić

Let me start by saying I adore Harley. Like everything about her. The fact that she was a psychiatrist that fell in love with a patient. The fact that she fell so deeply in love that she could arguably be considered the most damaged of all of Jokers victims. That she is still optimistic and hopeful even after all she has gone through. Her origin story here was really very […]

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MY TBR for 2021

I have set my TBR at 50 books for 2021. The reason for this was based on math and stats from my 2020 reading, along with what I project I will want to read in the new year, but also in trying to limit my reading. Yes, you read that correctly! I am trying to cut back on time spent reading and obsessing over books so I can replace that […]

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