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Increase Efficiency & Make your lunch after your dinner!

12 things i do 9 - Increase Efficiency & Make your lunch after your dinner!

Welcome back guys! Today I am back with another Life Hack/ Organisation post that will hopefully provide you with some much-needed advice and motivation to living happy and healthy (despite the junk food presented in the cover image). If you remember, I did a  post last month titled “12 Things I do To Stay Organised & Stress-Free”, which outlines the things I do that are guaranteed to help anyone stay organised and stress-free. In this post I outline reasons why it […]

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Magnus Chase and The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan | Review

12 things i do 7 - Magnus Chase and The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan | Review

Welcome Back Bookaholics! Welcome back to another Book Review!! Today I am going to discuss with you all what I thought of the first Magnus Chase and The Gods of Asgard novel, Magnus Chase and The Sword of summer by Rick Riordan. I did an anticipation post for this over a year ago which was titled; Why I can’t wait to read… – I know cool title right? It has been a ridiculously long time since I have read Magnus Chase and The […]

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June Wrap-Up

17 - June Wrap-Up

This is my first  Wrap-Up on my blog! During the month of June, I read only three books; Every Day Another Day Illuminae Believe it or not, the first two, smaller, young adult romance novels; Every day, and Another day by David Levithan took me wayyy longer to read than the larger, 600-page Si-Fi novel Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. Illuminae, surprisingly only took me two days to read. I was so hooked, I had trouble physically putting it down for […]

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Book Challenge May 6

8 - Book Challenge May 6

Place your books in a bookish bag and take them somewhere nice or better yet, bring books home in a bookstore issued bag. I purchased these a while ago from Robinson’s Bookshop, and I haven’t read Another Day yet but I have finished His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman. His Dark Materials was recommended to me last year by my English Language teacher who claimed that it was her favourite series, telling me she had read the whole series in […]

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