My Summer TBR: Classic Film Nonfiction

I love old movies and I love books about old movies, hence this season’s classic film nonfiction-heavy To Be Read list (TBR). Though I read books about old movies frequently throughout the year, the bulk of them get read in summer when Raquel from Out of the Past hosts her Classic Film Reading Challenge. What…

Minimalism Update: 3 Things I Got Rid of in Spring/Summer

It was inevitable that I’d continue decluttering well into the Spring/Summer season. For those of you who thought I was pretty much done getting rid of things, you are sadly mistaken. For me, the decluttering process never ends – it’s an on-going process that I like to continue throughout the year (especially when I’m feeling…

3 Ways My Reading Habits Have Changed

I’ve always been a voracious reader. My childhood was spent with a book permanently glued to my hand; wherever I went, I made sure to take a book with me. That’s carried on to this day – I will not go anywhere without a book and if, for some inexplicable reason, I forget to grab…

Life Update: I Can’t Go On Like This Anymore

I don’t think many of you know this, but before I left for London, I handed in a letter of resignation at my old place of work. I had been there for nearly three years serving as an Executive Assistant/Office Manager and though I prefer working for my employers for many more years than just…

London 2018: A Trip That Went Horribly Wrong

I try to visit London, England every couple years for two reasons: 1) I have friends that live in the UK and catching up with them every so often is a must, and 2) London is my absolute favourite city in the whole entire world. Plus, the amount of book shops that litter the high…