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My Bookish Blog Goals & Resolutions For 2017

Happy New Year!  I’m both anxious and excited to see what 2017 is going to hold for me (and my family).  I hope your 2017 has gotten off to a great start.  Last year the highlight of my 2016 was starting my BookTube channel and reviving this blog.  So here my bookish blog goals and resolutions for this year. Blog Goals Blog 2x a Week | Now that I’m back to blogging here, I want to become more consistent with the amount of time that I’m putting up posts on this space.  I  ...

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My 2016 Year In Review

Happy New Year’s Eve!  How did the last day of 2016 get here so fast?!  I can’t say that I’m sad to see this year coming to a close though.  I’m actually looking forward to 2017 and seeing what the New Year holds for me (and my family).  How about a little reflecting in the form of a 2016 year in review? Biggest Accomplishments in 2016 Hands down starting my BookTube channel was my biggest accomplishment of this year.  It’s something that I had wanted to do for  ...

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31 Books And Bookish Gifts I Want For My 31st Birthday

This post contains affiliate links. Sagittarius season is finally here!  I’m super excited because that means that my birthday is coming up.  My 31st birthday to be exact will be here in less than 30 days.  I feel like it wasn’t that long ago that I was celebrating my big 3-0.  Anyways, I thought a good way to celebrate my upcoming birthday here on the blog would be to share some of the books and bookish items on my birthday wishlist.   Let’s get into it! Books Some of the  ...

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Sunday Post #2

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. This means that I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you should you make a purchase using one of my links. Happy Sunday y’all!  Who else is as excited as I am about the holiday season finally being here?  If you watched my last video, then you know that we already have our Christmas tree up.  It’s our family tradition to put up the tree after Halloween.  It’s early for some, but  ...

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