Magical. Dreamlike. The Night Circus is a captivating love story and battle encompassing intricate and detailed scene setting like nothing you've ever read before. Celia and Marco are two battling magicians in a circus, but not just any circus. This circus appears out of nowhere and disappears before you know it. Celia and Marco are … Continue reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Do you ever find yourself unexplainably sad in the middle of the day for no reason? You might have woken up feeling a little down, or had a really good morning but come 3pm you’re feeling a little blue and all you want to do is put on The Notebook and have a good cry. … Continue reading There’s a very real reason you feel sad for no reason in winter..
Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock was an ok book. It’s about a teenage boy who decides to take his and his best friends life (don’t worry, that’s not a spoiler – it literally says that’s what he’s going to do in the blurb) and we spend the whole book finding out why. I say the book … Continue reading Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick
I hope you’re all having a fantastic week. Sometimes it’s so easy to get caught up with everything else you’re doing that you forget to do things that are made solely for entertaining; no hidden meaning or subliminal message, just entertaining. So this week, I’m making an effort to listen to a few podcasts that … Continue reading This week: Forgive me, Leonard Peacock and Death, Sex and Money
I love the feeling of organising, but struggle to actually stay organised! I love making it seem as though I’m organised; I trick my brain by going out and buying a diary, organising my wardrobe, sorting out my study nook. But let’s be real here, that’s not actually being organised. That’s planning how to be … Continue reading Simple ways to be organised (I promise it’s not as stressful as you think)