Although I don’t have a Netflix account my sister-in-law does. Commence procrastination. Sitting in front of the beautiful TV watching Movies and TV Shows until my hearts content. Netflix side effect number 2: lack of sleep.
This year my goal is certainly to read many book – more than 50 at least. However that is a post for another day. I wanted to take a look back at all the book that I have reviewed on the blog. Some I still love just as much but others I’ve come to doubt my own opinion and I’m not so wooed by then anymore. Time changes preference, so lets take a look.
I recently started watching the TedTalk LifeHack series and although this series contains different episodes there was one which resonated with me greatly. The talk made me feel powerful, inspired and positive about being confident within myself.
Amy Cuddy TedTalk – Your Body Language Changes Who You Are – ‘
Fake it until you make it Fake it ’til you become it.’
Eleanor And Park has been and is still one of the most anticipated reads in the YA world and beyond. I am unsure of what made this book so appealing to everyone else. However, I would praise the authors presentation of her characters. The characterisation in this novel is beyond anything I have read. I would go as far to say that this novel and the characters it represents are better than The Fault in our Stars. Yes – that good.
Matrimony itself has only been a concern of Beyoncé’s music in recent years, especially since her marriage to Jay-Z. Prior to this, romantic afflictions still pervaded her music. Her first solo single, ‘Crazy in Love’ details the singer’s obsession with a male lover, leading her to act uncharacteristically. Both “Baby Boy” and ‘Naughty Girl’ contain similar lyrics and messages. In fact, the first solo album is named ‘Dangerously in Love.’
It is February. The month of my glorious birth and many others. How has an entire month gone by already. I do not know. I wanted to write up a review of my post at the beginning of the year 2015 Resolutions: A New Beginning, because too often we set ourselves major goals at the beginning of the New Year and not follow through.
We all get a little carried away with how to conduct our lives. We always want to do everything, get our times worth out of every opportunity and we all have priorities.