Juggling Reading With Studying – Are They Compatible?

It’s a bittersweet moment since today is my last day of hosting for Bookending Spring but also this is one of the prompts I’m most excited for, not only for my own post but to see what the rest of you come up with πŸ™‚


Pairing Reading with Studying

Book bloggers are busy people okay? Most of them are blogging as a part-time job or hobby and out of those a lot are high-school or college students trying to somehow manage both their studies and blogging. And with all that going on we sadly don’t have much time left to read.

‘Oh but are’t you reading while you’re studying?’

NOBODY enjoys reading textbooks! Even english companion novels are boring or plain crap 99%of the point so we really don’t get to read for pleasure. So today I’m trying to help out all the student bloggers like me by suggesting a few books that you can read which correlate with your subjects. I mean it counts as something.

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Is Unorganisation The Bane Of Our Existence?

Hello everyone! It’s day three of me being a host for Bookending Spring and I’m clutching for dear life because I don’t want to let go. I like this too much! Ahem, I clearly need help

Today’s topic is one that we can hold an intense discussion on and whatever your stance may be, remember both organisation and unorganisation is important in life and people leaning to either of the two sides are perfectly valid πŸ™‚



Unorganisation: The Bane of our Existence…Or Not

So since the age of dinosaurs organisation has been held at the highest level with the most revered dinos planning out and sorting the different kinds of humans to eat.

Okay, maybe that’s not true.

But still, since the longest of times organisation has been seen as a quality to be admired and encouraged in children, students, adults and the aged alike. Organised individuals command respect and are considered superior and more successful whereas unorganised people are mocked and taunted or simply asked to mend their ways or else perish. Too much of an ego boost?


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Type A Personality Characters I Relate To

It’s April! It’s Spring! And even better, it’s Bookending Spring! πŸ™‚

If you’re not aware of Bookending Spring I’m just quickly going to divert you to this post here, you can still participate, it’s never too late. And the rest of you may know that I’m one of the hosts for Bookending Spring and I’m absolutely ecstatic! So let’s get onto the prompt without any further ado.


Type A Personality Characters

I don’t know if somehow this fact has remained hidden from you but legit everyone in this world knows that I am a 100% Type A Personality, especially when it comes to going crazy after organisation and cleanliness, getting anxious if everything is not perfect, feeling that someone is secretly stealing my supply of time(I swear once I get the time to find this thief they’ll be dead meat) and umm basically everything except for being impatient and hot-tempered. Because oh boy patience and a good tempered are two necessary qualities one needs to possess in order to survive in my chaotic household.

And whenever I spot a Type A Personality I go WHEEEE let’s wallow in our tears!

Because being Type A Personality is Like a constant headache because good lord nobody can save us from ourselves and spotting characters with the same personality as mine in books, tv shows and movies makes me so very happy and also scream THIS IS ME, OMG!


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5 Tips To Control The Social Media Chaos

Bookending Spring is in full swing right now and I’m so excited to tell you that today it’s my chance to host! I have a few prompts lined up for this event so you’ll be getting a new and fun post every day πŸ™‚

Just in case you have no idea what Bookending Spring is you can check out this post. Today is the first day that I’m hosting so expect some screams and squeals in between.


Ahem. Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way let’s have a look at today’s prompt!


Trying To Control The Social Media Chaos

If you’re a blogger then you have at least one social media account. It’s absolutely necessary to interact with the community and promote your content. But chances are that you actually have more accounts than fingers and are currently in the process of crying your eyes out and asking where you can sell your kidney to get some extra time to post all of those aesthetic pictures, write the hilarious tweets, craft beautiful graphics for Pinterest as well as update Facebook- all while blogging and trying to live.

It’s the same everywhere. Me? I honestly don’t know what sleep is. Do I sleep four hours a day? Or do I even sleep? I have no clue.

But I have to admit that I’ve gotten a lot better at handling my social media accounts than when I was a wee little child lost in the book blogging world. Which lowkey qualifies me to give you a few tips on how not to go insane keeping up with social media πŸ˜‰

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