The End of the Year Book Tag


Hi everyone, I’ve seen quite a few people I follow do this tag and I really liked it, so I thought I could maybe do it myself, too! I know almost every single blog post or youtube video started this way but it’s true; I can’t believe the year is almost over! It somehow simultaneously went by incredibly fast, but it also definitely dragged on so long. Anyway, let’s not dwell on that too much because time is a social construct and it just stresses me out, and just get into the questions.

Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish?

Honestly? Not really. I don’t really want to put a time-related pressure on what I read because that makes reading a lot less fun for me, and it also doesn’t work with me being a huge mood reader. I mean, I’ve been reading The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee for months now and it’d definitely be nice to finish it before the end of the year, but I have to be in a very specific mood when reading historical fiction or I’ll enjoy it less, and I don’t want to do this to this book because it’s really great and I don’t want to ruin that for myself.

A few other books that I’m currently reading and I’d like to finish before the end of the year are Alex in Wonderland by Simon James Green, Not the Girl You Marry by Andie J. Christopher, and Blood Water Paint by Joy McCullough. But again, I won’t be mad if I don’t finish them in the next two months. Okay, maybe a little. Lees verder

Seventeen Book Tag: Iconic Moments Edition (original)


Hi everyone! Today I’m ending the year by sharing the last (and definitely my favorite) edition of the Seventeen book tag that I created with my friend Romie, a tag that combines our love for reading and our love for the Kpop group Seventeen. (You can find the previous editions here and here).

I’ve spend an embarrassingly long amount of time watching those “funniest/cutest Seventeen moments” videos on YouTube, and I had a lot of fun trying to come up with bookish questions that went well with their most iconic moments. So, without further ado, here’s the very last Seventeen Book Tag: iconic moments edition.

Mingyu’s Suitcase: a book that took you some time to get into, but was totally worth it


I’m a bit ashamed to admit that I had a little bit of a problem getting into Want by Cindy Pon. I’m not sure whether it was the book or whether it was me, but I kept getting distracted while listening to the audiobook and sometimes I would zone out completely, only to have to rewind the audiobook to make sure I didn’t miss anything important. But at some point I really got into it and couldn’t put it down anymore. I’m incredibly happy that the release of it’s sequel, Ruse, is only 3 months away now, because I can’t wait to coninue the series!

S.Coups Fireworks: a book that took you by surprise


I didn’t have the highest expectations for A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi. I mean, I didn’t love Tahereh’s writing in her Shatter Me series and this was the first time she wrote a contemporary novel so I was a bit hesitant going into it, but I ended up loving it so, so much. This book and it’s characters grabbed me from the first page and didn’t let me go until I had finished the book, mere hours later.

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Seventeen Book Tag: Members Edition (original)


Hi everyone! As you might’ve seen on my blog last week, my friend Romie and I started a book tag series that combines our love for reading and the KPop group Seventeen. Last week we shared the first edition of this tag, the song edition, and this week we’re sharing the second edition, aka, the members edition! Coming up with fitting questions for all of the members was quite difficult, but we really hope we did them justice.

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I am going to take this question way too literally and go with Angel from I Was Born For This by Alice Oseman. I Was Born For This is one of my all time favorite books, and Angel is one of my all time favorite characters. She’s so incredibly sweet, and is always there to help. Doesn’t matter if she knows you or not. Her name suits her very well.

Vernon: a biracial character that didn’t let society dictate their life


YES, I’m super excited about answering this question because it means that I get to do one of my favorite things, aka, hyping up a friend’s WIP! Romie (you know, the person who created this tag with me) is currently writing #MetallicPurpleProject and she actually let me read it! (And be the very unofficial editor of it, hehe.) I loved it a looooot and one of my favorite things about it was definitely the main character Estée, an incredible person who definitely fits this question. I really hope all of you will be able to read her story too, because she has a lot of incredibly important things to say. Lees verder

Seventeen Book Tag: Song Edition (original)


Hi everyone! Today I’m back after a month of not blogging (I know, I know, I’m sorry) to share an original book tag with you!

My friend Romie and I both love the KPop group SEVENTEEN a lot, so we thought it’d be fun to take our love for them and our love for books, and mush them together to create a book tag. Or, should I say, three tags. Yes, we might have gone a little overboard and made three different versions of this, but hey, we had a lot of fun with this and we hope you will too! So, without further ado, here’s the Seventeen book tag: song edition. 

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When I first read it over a year ago, Noteworthy by Riley Redgate made me ridiculously happy. I loved the writing style, the music aspects of it, the characters and their friendships, and I couldn’t stop smiling through most of the scenes. Just talking about this book right now is bringing back memories and I can’t help but grin a little. I guess I should add this title to my never ending “books I should reread” pile.

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There’s a LOT of book with incredibly pretty covers so choosing just one is very hard, but I’m going to go with If It Makes You Happy by Claire Kann, partially because it was announced last week and it might not be on your radars yet! I absolutely adored Claire Kann’s debut, Let’s Talk About Love, and If It Makes You Happy sounds like it’s going to be just as good, if not better. And the cover makes me so happy! We don’t get to see happy, plus size Black women on covers a lot so the fact that this cover exists is amazing and I can’t wait to put it face-out on my shelf.  Lees verder

Blog All Day, Meme All Night – Book Tag

Hi everyone! I was randomly scrolling through my drafts today searching for blog posts I hadn’t finished yet when I found this post. I had already finished writing it but I never got around to posting it for some reason. But better late than never, right?

Anyway, I was tagged in the Blog All Day, Meme All Night tag by Em from runawaywithdreamthieves  (thank you so much!) and I had so much fun writing this because I love both memes and books. Who doesn’t? SO, let’s dive into the questions!

Yeet – which book would you yeet out of existence? 

Love, Life, and the ListLove, Life and the List by Kasie West

Love, Life and the List isn’t a book that’s incredibly horrible persé. Honestly, it is quite a fun contemporary, but one of the elements of this book hurt me so much that I literally had a panic attack because of this book: the agoraphobic mother. The mother is struggling so so much and the daughter can’t stop focusing on how it sucks that her mother didn’t come to her gallery opening or something. Your mother was having a horrible panic attack, you come home and find her exhausted and crying, and all you can think about is yourself? Really?

I’m not even joking when I said that this book made me scared of having kids someday because I’m agoraphobic and what if my kids will hate me because of that. And yes, representation is incredibly important, but is it really good representation when the people you’re representing feel horrible about themselves after reading your book?

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Brooklyn Nine Nine Book Tag


Hi everyone! I haven’t done a tag in quite a while for good reason: my memory is not that good. I love reading, but I usually forget everything besides the basic plot line a week after I’ve finished the book, which makes tags kind of hard to do. Especially one’s that are focused on characters like this one is. BUT Brooklyn Nine-Nine is my most favorite thing in the world. It isn’t perfect (it has fatphobic, ableist and acephobic scenes), but it always makes me so happy. I think I’ve rewatched the first 3 seasons about 10 times now? And I just couldn’t resist doing a book tag dedicated to it. So, this is going to be very difficult, but let’s try.

The Rules:

  • Link to the creator (so, Em)
  • Tag 2-5 people (or not… not a big deal. I’m just going to not tag anyone because I never do. Woops.)
  • You can use the graphics in Em’s post (or not) but please credit.
  • Answer the prompts, have fun, and spread the B99 joy!



A Crown of Wishes (The Star-Touched Queen, #2)

Okay, why is this already so hard? Okay, let’s go with Vikram from A Crown of Wishes. I loved this book, and I remember him being quite cocky at the beginning and me being a bit annoyed by him. But over the course of the book, I fell in love with him and he became one of my favorite characters ever.

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Coffee Boy

Okay, ‘dad figure’ is probably not the best way to describe this character, but ‘intimidating robot’ immediately reminded me of Seth from Coffee Boy. He starts off as a very intimidating and stand-off-ish character, but he becomes softer and softer over the course of the book. And there are also scenes with a cat that are super cute?? He’s a cat-dad, so maybe it kind of does fit? Let’s just go with it. 3aI Believe in a Thing Called LoveI feel like Desi from I Believe in a Thing Called Love could definitely be considered Type A. She also definitely geeks out over nerdy things (she loves making lists) and she desperately fails at trying to be cool. Honestly, Desi is a very Amy type character, how did I not see this until now?



Prom Queen Perfect

This is definitely Alexa from Prom Queen Perfect. She rules her school and she knows it, and everyone is super intimidated by her. She does go through some character growth throughout the book which makes her a bit loveable, but, to be totally honest, I was quite scared of her while reading the book.

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Let's Talk About Love

This reminded me a lot of Alice form Let’s Talk About Love. She’s super loyal, and tries her best to make her friends happy. She loves to give a lot of hugs, and also loves to marathon series while eating a lot of food. A character after my own heart.


Lumberjanes #44

It took some time before I figured out which character would fit this description, but then it dawned on me: this is 100% Jen from The Lumberjanes! She’s constantly running after the campers, who are constantly getting in trouble. She also seems like that type of person who would love yogurt…

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In my review, I literally described this book as ‘two Rosa Diaz type characters opening up to each other, and falling for each other’. The two main characters in Shattered, Shattergirl and Lena, are both very tough and have had a difficult past, but they’re amazing and I would love to see them smile.


This was honestly the hardest question because it was so incredibly specific, but I think I found a character who comes close: Martha from If the Dress Fits. Martha loveslovesloves good food, and she will go out of her way to visit a good restaurant, or get her beloved cheese hopias. I doubt she’d fake a heart-attack though…


The Dark Prophecy (The Trials of Apollo, #2)

Definitely Apollo from The Trials of Apollo. I wouldn’t trust him, because I feel like, if he was given the choice between you and getting his god-hood (is that even a word) back, he would definitely go for the god-hood. At least, he would’ve at the beginning of the book. It might be different now that he’s gone through a bit of character growth…

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So, that was the Brooklyn Nine-Nine tag! As I said, I’m not tagging anyone because I’m not sure who’s watched the show, but if you want to do it, then consider yourself tagged!

ALSO there’ll be new b99 episodes starting Sunday and I CANNOT WAIT. AAAAH.

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The Book Aesthetics Tag

Hi everyone! When Lia from Lost in a Story tagged me in this tag (is that even proper English? Who knows) (Also, thank you!!!) I was ridiculously excited to do it, since I loved the questions and I adore making aesthetics. Little did I know that this was literally going to take me hours to make… I’m way too picky about what pictures to use and what order to put them in, and of course I couldn’t just pick one answer to each question but ended up making multiple aesthetics for every single prompt. *sigh* Luckily, I ended up really loving each one, and I really hope you will too!


The rules:

💛 Thank whoever nominated you (maybe you’re bitter that you have ANOTHER tag to do on top of the billions you already need to do (#relatable), still though. Someone thought of you. Be thankful. At least pretend to be
💛 Credit the creator of this tag (Michelle! )
💛 There’s no limit of how many aesthetics you can make for a question, but think of your poor readers. Even me, an aesthetics hoe, might get tired after 50 aesthetics (I doubt anyone would make/share that many for this tag I just like to exaggerate \_(ツ)_/¯
💛 Make your OWN aesthetics, please don’t steal them from someone else. Also what’s the fun in that?

Favorite book of the year

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A Crown of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi

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Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust


Warcross by Marie Lu

I’ve read a LOT of amazing books this year, but these three are definitely a few of the best! A Crown of Wishes was absolutely enchanting, Girls Made of Snow and Glass has to me my #1 favorite retelling ever, and Warcross kept me at the edge of my seat at all times. Every single one of these books had such amazing world building, incredible characters, and please just read them, okay? Thank you.

Character you relate to a lot


Finley from Some Kind of Happiness by Claire Legrand

I’ve don’t really have a character that I relate to a lot. Sure, I often see certain parts of myself in characters, but it almost never happens that I see a lot of myself in a character. Finley from Some Kind of Happiness came very close though.
Finley deals with anxiety, panic attacks and depressive episodes, and she tries to cope with them by escaping to a fantastical world, and I related to that a lot when I read it. I actually still do. And I just love this book to bits.

A character you look up to


Artemis from Rick Riordan’s books


Reyna from Heroes of Olympus

I’m not even really sure if Artemis counts as a character because she’s a Goddess but let’s just go with it. Artemis and Reyna are both such incredibly badass and strong characters, and I feel like I could learn a lot from them. Also, I would totally join the hunters of Artemis if I lived in the PJO universe.

An underrated gem


Chameleon Moon by RoAnna Sylver


Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza

I love both of these books so so much and I just cannot believe that Empress has such a low rating on Goodreads? It’s so good!
Empress of a Thousand Skies is a Sci-Fi book with a lot of political intrigue and also discusses racism, and Chameleon moon is a hopeful dystopian with the BEST characters.

A character that deserves more love


Samirah from the Magnus Chase series


Neville Longbottom from the Harry Potter series

These two characters definitely don’t get the love they deserve. Samirah is so incredibly brave, loyal, smart and I LOVE HER SO MUCH and Neville is so courageous, soft and wants to help everyone and I LOVE HIM SO MUCH. They’re the best and I wish a lot more people recognized that.

An underrated OTP


Kiko and Jamie from Starfish by Akemie Dawn Bowman

Whenever I’m reading a book I don’t really care for the romance. Like, sure, it’s fun and it definitely makes me happy, but I’ve never actively shipped characters. With Starfish, however, it was quite different. I did not only like the romance, but I was actually very invested in it, (Spoilers) and when Kiko broke off the relationship because she had to work on herself and he waited for her my heart sang. I love these two together.


I tag Mariam, Olivia, Lucille and Elin

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Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2017



Hi everyone! I hope you’re all doing very well! As you might have noticed, I disappeared for a little while. My mental health wasn’t great and I had my history exam and everything got a bit too much. So I needed a break. Or, well, as much of a break as someone who has to study all day every day can have. But I took my history exam this week and I’m feeling a bit better, so I thought it was time to return to the wonderful world of blogging!

Also, I know I’m very behind on my reviews but I thought a tag would be a bit better of a come-back. But the reviews are coming. I promise you. And because we’re officially halfway through the year, I thought the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag would be very appropriate, so let’s dive straight in!


Well, apparently this tag starts of with the hardest question. While I’ve read quite a lot of books this year (according to Goodreads I’ve read 64) not one of them really stands out as The Best. Don’t get me wrong, I read a lot of good books like Girl Out of Water, the Lillac Town series, A Crown of Wishes, Knit One, Girl Two, and I really enjoyed them, but I wouldn’t be able to call one of them my absolute favorite, sadly. I really hope I’ll find one of my new favorite books during the second half of the year, tho!


Okay, this one is a lot easier because I’ve only read one sequel this year so far (not including comics) and that was A Crown of Wishes. And I’m pretty sure that even if I had read a lot more sequels, I would still call this one my favorite. It’s just such a magical, and wonderful book and if I’m making a top 10 or 17 books of 2017, this one will definitely be on there.


I have so many new releases I still want to read? I could probably make a list of 20 books for this question, but I’ll go with 2. One of them is The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee, which I got in the mail yesterday and would’ve started right away if it wasn’t for the 4 other books I’m reading at the moment. The other one is Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee, which is the next book I’m buying once my TBR has shrunk and I allow myself to actually buy books again.


I have so many possible answers for this again, but I’ll go with a book that I’m reading and ARC of right now and that’s Like Water by Rebecca Podos. This has been one of my top 3 most anticipated releases for this whole year, and I’m only 60 pages in at the moment and I can already say that it’s exceeding my expectations!


This will come to no surprise to any of you, but it’s definitely The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich. This was one of my most anticipated releases of the year, and not only was it just plain bad, it was also very hurtful. Here’s my review.


The Backstagers by James Tynion IV and Rian Sygh! I don’t read a lot of graphic novels because I didn’t think I’d like them very much, but then I requested this on Netgalley because it looked fun and I completely fell in love with it! The storyline is amazing, the characters are so great and lovely and pure, and the art is so colorful and happy and there’s just nothing I don’t love about this.


Almost all of the books I’ve read this year were written by authors that are new to me so it’s hard to pick, but 2 authors that really stand out are Laura Silverman and Shira Glassman. Silverman’s Girl Out of Water was fantastic and she’s really become one of my auto-buy authors, and I also fell in love with Glassman’s Knit One, Girl Two and Fearless, and I can’t wait to pick up her Mangoverse series.


I don’t get fictional crushes as easily as I did when I was a bit younger, but two characters that really stayed with me and I wish I could be friends with are Vikram from A Crown of Wishes and Mayte from The Paths We Choose.


Why is this tag so hard? Ugh. Okay, I think my newest favorite characters are both Gauri and Vikram from A Crown of Wishes, because they’re both so clever, and I love their banter.


Something you should know about me is that I cry very easily while reading books. Not just when it’s sad, I also cry when something great happens, or when the book is so utterly beautiful that I get incredibly sad when it ends. But one book that stands out (I use this sentence a lot, I’m sorry) is The Paths We Choose by Maria Hollis. In this book there’s a scene where the main character reconnects with her brother, and this made me so emotional that I had tears streaming down my face while I was reading it.


Just like I cry a lot while reading, a lot of books also make me very happy. I guess I just have very strong emotions? Idk. But the last book that made me happy (and the last book I actually finished) is Amina’s Voice. It’s such an excellent and heartwarming book, and I had a big smile on my face when I finished it. (Okay, I admit, I also had tears in my eyes, but that’s besides the point.)


Finally, another not-so-hard question! The most beautiful book I’ve received is, without a doubt, my ARC of Wild Beauty by Anne-Marie McLemore. I literally just stared at the book for 5 minutes straight after opening the package because it’s GORGEOUS. And if the ARC is so incredibly beautiful, just imagine how pretty the finished copy will be!! I can’t wait.


Let’s try to make this list as short as possible… Want by Cindy Pon, Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee, The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee, Warcross by Marie Lu, Every Heart a Doorway & Down Among the Sticks and Bones by Seanan McGuire, Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao and let’s just stop here because I could go on all day.

So, that was the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag! (I’m so glad this is a blog and not a booktube channel because that title is impossible to say. Wow.) I’m really interested to see what your answers to these questions would be so, tell me, what book was the biggest surprise/disappointment for you this year?

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The ‘I Messed Up’ Book Tag

Hi everyone! I wanted to do a fun bookish thing today and I remembered that Chelsea from romweasley tagged me to do this tag ages ago, so I decided to finally do it! Let’s just dive straight into it.

1. A Character Appearance That You Misread And Imagined Differently.

I honestly do this all the time. For some reason my brain forms it’s own image regarding a character’s looks based on their behaviour, and just completely glances over the whole description. For example, when I read ToG (I still regret doing that, tbh) I was convinced that Chaol was a cranky 50-year-old man.

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2. A Character Name That You’ve Been Pronouncing Wrong.

A lot of them! This is, I think, mostly because of the fact that English isn’t my first language. I could *try* to pronounce certain words, but you just never know with the English language.
Something I often do is call the character by the first letter of their name. Like (and I regret using this example again) I always used to just call the MC of ToG C. It just makes it a lot easier.

3. An Overused Trope That Is Your Guilty Pleasure.

A nerdy character who loves to read. I don’t care if it’s the main character, side character or love interest, I’m total trash for it.

4. A Cliché Character Type That You Like Better On Screen Than Reading About.

The bad boy character. When I’m reading I always think ‘God, this person is such a dick. I don’t get why people like them.’, but when I’m watching a movie I can kind of see the appeal? I still don’t like it, but I like it more than in a book.

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I’ve learned a lot of English words and phrases because of books, since English is not my first language. I think I learn a new word with every book I read.

6. Have You Ever Not Read Or Completed A Required Reading Book For School?

Eh, yes. We don’t really have required reading here, we just get a long list of books (mostly classics) and we have to pick about 6 books to read off of that list. One of the books that I picked was Jane Eyre, and I really didn’t enjoy it.
I liked it at first, but halfway through the book I just couldn’t stand it anymore. There were a lot of things I didn’t like, but the thing that bothered me most at that point was Mr. Rochester. I HATED him. At this point I had already read about 300 pages and I didn’t want that to go to waste, so I just watched the crashcourse videos on this book and put it on my list anyway.

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7. Have you ever (or wanted to) skipped a chapter from the point of view of a character that you weren’t interested in?

I never entirely skipped chapters, but I did skim some. I skimmed the chapters from Four’s POV in Allegiant because I just didn’t care (if I had said this 3 years ago I would’ve gotten so much hate haha), and I skimmed Mather’s chapters in Ice Like Fire because I also didn’t care. The stuff Meira was doing was just a lot more interesting, and I wanted to get back to her story ASAP.

8. Have you ever cancelled social plans to read a book?

This might surprise you, but I haven’t. Granted, I don’t have a lot of social plans already, but it feels to rude to me to just cancel on someone to read. Something I could do the next day anyway. And yes, I am a total Hufflepuff, in case you were wondering.

That’s it! Before I sign off, I want to formally promise you that this will be the only time you’ll ever hear about ToG on my blog. You’re welcome.

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This Time Next Year | My Goals For 2017

pexels-photoA few days ago my lovely friend Alice tagged me in the ‘This Time Next Year’ tag, which, according to her,  is based off of a TV show where “people share the changes they’d like to make within the next three hundred and sixty-five days and then, through the magic of television, we get to fast forward and see how they did.” I had never heard of this before, but I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to share my 2017 resolutions with you, both bookish and not-so-bookish.


Not care about the number of books I read
I’ve already talked about this in my ‘Why I Want To Read Less‘ post, but I want to stop caring so much about the number of books I read. I don’t want to rush my reading just because I’m 2 books behind on my goal, or because I think that only having 4 books in my wrap-up will look bad. No, I just want to read, and I want to enjoy it.

Read more diverse books
I think this will be the easiest of all of my goals, but I want at least 60% of the books I read to be diverse. I’d love for it to be more, but I still have quite some non-diverse books on my physical TBR that I still have to read. I also want to be able to cross of a lot of the squares from the #DiversityBingo2017 challenge.

Be better at blogging
I started blogging a year ago (my anniversary is in 20 days!!) and I’m still not the best at blogging. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a lot better at it now then when I started, but there are still quite some changes I’d like to make. I want to stick to a loose schedule, where I post something at least every other day, and I want to start writing a review for a book the moment I finish it. Okay, within a week. I just want to stop procrastinating with writing reviews, because I currently still have to review books I’ve read a month ago. I need to change that.

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Much like Alice, I want to pick up running again. I used to go running every other day and I adored it, until I got an injury. I tried to pick it up again a couple of times, but truthfully, I’ve been way too lazy. I think running would be the perfect way for me to move more, spend more time outside, become more confident in my body and to be healthier in general.

Write more
Until 3 months ago, I wrote in my diary at least once a week. It was mostly therapy homework, but I also really enjoyed it. It gave me a chance to reflect and to get my thoughts in order. I stopped doing it because, again, I got too lazy. School started again, and I was writing so much for my homework that I stopped doing it for pleasure. But I really want to start again. Actually, I promise you guys that I will write in my diary today. So, there, I said it.
This ‘writing more’ thing isn’t just about my diary, though. I want to write more blog posts (especially reviews), I want to start writing poetry again, maybe even outline a novel, and I want to reply to my lovely pen pals sooner, because they currently have to wait about a month for my reply, and that just isn’t good.

Take more pictures
I recently looked through old family pictures, and I loved it. It really felt like I was transported back to that time in my  life, and I could remember exactly what I was feeling when that picture was taken. Sadly, I’ve hardly been taking pictures anymore. When I was looking through my pictures of 2016, I saw that I basically only had pictures from my holiday and that was it. I desperately want to change this, so I will have something to look back on later, so I decided to start a new Instagram account (a private one, sorry) where I post a picture every single day. It’ll be a bit like a picture diary. And I’m incredibly excited about it.

So, those are most of my goals for 2017! Of course I have a lot more, like passing my exams and kicking anxiety’s butt, but I didn’t want this post to be too long.

Let’s chat! Do you have any goals for 2017? Let me know!

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