Whew. March was busy, and overall a much better month than February. At the beginning of the month I went to a friend’s wedding, which is always exciting. I also mentioned in one of my wrap-up post that I was really productive in March & getting a lot of inconvenient stuff done. I’ve been decluttering my room(SOOO much stuff that can be donated, guys. I was finding things I haven’t used or needed since high school in every nook and cranny), and doing some of the bigger items on my life to-do list. I also had a very in-depth job interview(fingers crossed, guys), & some other just general life stuff. March was so stuffed I honestly don’t remember a good chunk of the things I did. It’s felt like such a long month about February flew by!
Everyone was talking about Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt so I decided to give the show a chance. . . and proceeded to watch the entire first season(13) episodes in one day. It wasn’t without its problems, but I really liked it! Comedic 30-minute shows generally aren’t my thing because I don’t find them funny in the slightest, but I found this one, despite the horrifying premise, charming. Not laugh-out-loud funny most of the time, but endearing all the same.
Also, I finally watched Enchanted. It didn’t make a huge impression, but it was a cute movie.
Since I figured out how to get Spotify to work in the land of slow internet, I’ve decided to make my monthly playlist on Spotify rather than iTunes, at least for now. Here’s March.
My favorites from this month’s playlist:
5 star Reads:
Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz
All the Rage by Courtney Summers
4 star Reads:
Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield
Fall for Anything by Courtney Summers
Make it Count by Megan Erickson
Make it Right by Megan Erickson
3 Star Reads:
2 star Reads:
Fault Line by Christa Desir
Don’t Ever Change by M. Beth Bloom
1 star & DNF Reads:
Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver(DNF, which makes me sad)
Monstrous Beauty by Elizabeth Fama(DNF)
Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley(DNF)
All the Rage by Courtney Summers. I’m planning on writing my review today & I don’t even know how I’ll be able to. It’s definitely my favorite book by Courtney Summers and it left me an incoherent mess.
Because teenage girls don’t pray to God, they pray to each other. They clasp their hands over a keyboard and they let it all out, a (stupid) girl’s heart tucked into another girl’s heart. — All the Rage
Hmm probably the wedding I went to at the beginning of the month. It always makes me happy to get to celebrate happy friends + catch up with other friends I may not have seen in awhile. Though, March has felt like such a long month for me it doesn’t even feel like that happened this month!