I read these back-to-back and both had me very emotional.
This was such a lackluster reading month. I lost a lot of motivation and was so tired from moving. Here’s hoping June is a bit more successful.
I decided to combine April and May because both months were pretty lackluster. So this is a double month for my movie and TV wrap up wrap up!
Oh springtime! The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and books are falling out of the sky!
This has been an emotional week and I hope you are all doing your part to help combat racism, while still staying safe—still in a pandemic! Here is the link for The Bail Project helping people who are arrested from protests around the country.
When I was going through my Goodreads of 2020 releases, I got very overwhelmed. And when you think about it, not everything has even been announced yet. So I decided to break up my anticipated reads in three month increments. Now, these aren’t all the books coming out that I’m interested in, just my favorites—the top tier, if you will.
I feel like I change the formatting of how I do posts like this every time I do one of these. I’m try to find the cleanest and most effective way of getting my point across. Oh well! I hope you enjoy the things I consumed this month.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Over this month, I plan to do different posts about mental health and how it affects my life. To start, I present my story: