This month was…just, wow.
Don’t get excited. I’ve written everything I need to write (I think), which came out to 51 pages so far. I’m going through some intense edits right now and when I get back to school in January (god bless, my 6 week winter break) I’ll be doing more edits with my professors/advisor and THEN I’ll be able to show it off to all of you! Thanks for all your continued support!
December #Bookstagram Challenge – #WinterWonderGram
The lovely Emily (hi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) and I are co-hosting a bookstagram challenge and we’d love it if you all joined in! You can find all the info on either of our Instagram pages, but I’ve also included the schedule below! We’ll have a giveaway at the end for everyone who participates as well!
I was accepted into the Peace Corps!!!….And declined it. I wrote a whole post about it here, which explains it all in-depth. It was a great application/interview experience, but sometimes, saying no is a lot harder than saying yes. Just don’t ask me what I’m doing after graduation because I’ll either cry or punch you in the face.
I wrote a piece about super cool feminist books you should read after being down about the election. Actually, you should just read them in general, because they’re awesome, but it’s broken down into various categories and sections for browsing ease.
My blog (yes, this one that you’re reading!) turned six years old in November! I wrote a piece about it that you can check out here, which talks about my journey and has a few of my very first Instagram pics and Tweets. Proceed with caution, laughter may follow.
Yay! I’ll be having a giveaway coming up NEXT WEEK (!!!!!!) and you’ll get ALL the extra points if you follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Tumblr, this blog, and trust me, you’re going to really like this one.
November Wrap Up
Since this month involved extensive thesis writing, finals (of which I aced. Straight A’s again and Dean’s List, again!) I didn’t get to read as much as I had hoped:
Buffering by Hannah Hart: DNF (only because I was going through a lot in November and reading about someone else’s problems/life story was really stressing me out. I’ll try to get back to this one)
The Statistical Probablility of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith: (5/5 stars. I know what you’re thinking, “Paige, chill on the 5 star ratings,” but this was just a really great month for reading and it was exactly what I needed considering how stressed out I was).
Because I didn’t get to a lot of the one’s I wanted to last month, my TBR is pretty much staying the same:
What are you reading this month? Drop me a comment!