It goes without saying that reading is a huge part of my life! I enjoy the sense of peace it brings, new perspectives, and challenges that I create for myself. Over the last few years, I began to share more and more of the books that I’ve read. My love for reading inspired me to start a new IG page (@girlfromctreads) dedicated to creating a community that shares my same passion as well as a place where we can discuss books, authors, etc.
Now that most of us have a bit more time on our hands, it allows us an opportunity to catch up on shows/ movies that have been on our watch list. To say the least, I do not think I have ever watched as much tv in one setting than I have over the course of one week.
Amidst this unsettling time, there is so much to still be grateful for. I am grateful my family still has good health (*knock on wood), food on the table, work, entertainment, etc. but we continue to remember those who are affected by COVID-19 in different ways around the world.
This past year I read so many amazing books and explored different genres. I am lucky enough to be surrounded by a few friends who also share an interest in reading which made it fun to discuss opinions on some of the books as well as share new recommendations!
It has been while since I shared a roundup of items that I have been loving. This list is a bit random with some beauty, a podcast, and some items that have been keeping me cozy now that it is a bit colder.
Hi, everyone! We are Alexis and Ariana, twin sisters behind the Instagram account, Twinstahealth! We are so excited to be writing our third guest post! Since the summer is dwindling and work mode is in full force, we decided it would be the perfect opportunity to share some meal prep ideas with you all. These easy, meal-prepped lunches are a great way to save time and stay balanced during the week.
Let me just say I know we’ve all been there…procrastination is the biggest thief of time. We are often left feeling overwhelmed by the amount of work that needs to be completed especially when we are on a deadline, have homework to finish, tests to study, chores to do. The list goes on.
The last few months of summer are notorious for going by faster than we can keep up with, and especially now that we have entered August, vacation season is starting to slow down. The good news is that there are still activities that you can do this summer to take full advantage of the season.