Considering the latest development with Covid-19 in Europe and all over the world, I hope you’re staying safe and healthy! I won’t dwell much on this subject as I feel like it’s all people are talking about nowadays, so let’s dive into a less sad subject: Organization!
As the book blogger, of course, I love talking about books and reading, but I also love seeing how everyone else organizes their reading and blogging routines. What tools do you use? How do you manage to work/study/read books AND blog about it on the Internet? These are the subjects I love reading about.
Today, I’ll be sharing with you my blogging routine (basically my whole life organization routine). This is the system I used for a couple of years now. At the beginning of 2020, I made a couple of tweaks to it, which greatly improved my productivity (let’s hope that it stays this way for the rest of the year!).
The most important thing that I noticed about myself ever since I’ve started this blog is that the better and more productive the month is, the more I want to achieve. Working on something that is only my own and seeing it coming together to more or less where I want it to be is a great, satisfying feeling! (Highly recommend to anyone, even if it’s as small as starting an Instagram page!)Continue reading “Goals June 2017 | When TBR is not enough to cover all the “wants” in my head”→
Autumn is officially over (for me!). My Christmas tree is out and decorated. There are socks hanging over the fireplace and I’ve got tons of incredibly smelling gingerbread candles to make my house smell like festive heaven!Continue reading “Top 5 Things to Do this Winter”→
Don’t you love making plans for your summer holidays? Planning where to go, what bikinis to bring to the trip, and most importantly what books to bring with you on that trip you have been waiting on forever?! I certainly do!
However, I have some other things in mind too, things that will make me feel creative, sociable and productive all at the same time while enjoying my summer break.
1. Read books from your school’s reading list.
Yes, you heard me. I don’t know about you, but I loved getting those endless reading lists at the end of each school year, truly believing that I will go to my local library and read them all during the summer… and that never actually happened.