Habits: making and breaking them + willpower

So. You found your passion and now what? I don’t know about you, but I never really understood that to be successful at something you actually have to change your lifestyle – woah Natalie, hold up, that kind of sounds like rocket science. It’s crazy, it seems so simple (secret: it kind of is, but … Continue reading Habits: making and breaking them + willpower

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

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

I’ve hit a wall.

Hey guys! Just a short post today. I’m in a bit of slump. I’ve been struggling with motivation this week (probably need to go back and read my own post on being determined, not motivated – I knew there’d be value in that post). I’ve barely studied, read or written anything. So I just wanted … Continue reading I’ve hit a wall.

There’s a very real reason you feel sad for no reason in winter..

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 by Matthew Quick

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