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Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter Published on September 20th 2016 by Tor Teen 296 pages Source: Fairyloot box Find it here: Amazon – Book Depository – Goodreads Genre: Young Adult Fantasy Rating: 3.5 stars Goodreads Synopsis In the enchanted kingdom of Brooklyn, the fashionable people put on cute shoes, go to parties in warehouses, drink on rooftops at sunset, and tell themselves they’ve arrived. A whole lot of Brooklyn is like that now—but not Vassa’s working-class neighborhood. In Vassa’s neighborhood, where she lives with her stepmother and bickering stepsisters,

Remembering Joy by Jenni Moen Self-Published on June 5th 2013 374 pages Source: Purchased e-book on Amazon Find it here: Amazon – Book Depository – Goodreads Genre: New Adult Contemporary Rating: 2 stars Synopsis from Goodreads One mistake can shatter dreams and shape the future. Alexis knows this first hand. Even though her memory of that day is hazy, she has spent ten years trying to put it behind her. Armed with the knowledge that her career will be her only legacy, Alexis works night and day to prove that

Do you feel lost in the morning? Don’t know what to wrap your head around? When that happens to me, I just feel like giving up on the day and going straight back to bed. NO MORE! We’re here to create your perfect routine and help you never feel overwhelmed as soon as you wake up in the morning. Let’s get to it! Make a list & set it in order What do you want to get DONE every morning? What are your goals? What will start your day right? These are

Do you prepare your material before you go to class? Maybe? Sometimes?… No? Then keep on reading, friend, because this will revolutionize how you study! It has for me and I’m absolutely sure this one thing can completely make your semester success! Going to class and listening to the lecture is already a good start. You will get most of the information from just paying attention. That doesn’t mean that you’re going to understand everything that is said. You could. Or you could not. That’s where the importance of preparation

Do you live a crazy life? Are you so busy you feel like your days are flying by really, really fast? It’s important to find time for yourself even in the midst of life and all your responsibilities. I bet you’re reading this post really fast ’cause you have to be somewhere in 10 minutes or you have something to do that you’ve been putting off. Instead, have a nice cup of coffee, cozy up in a warm blanket on the couch and take a moment for yourself. Relax. Being in

Hey y’all! Today we’re talking PRODUCTIVITY. I mean with school/college restarting most of us feel quite a boost and a motivation to begin. However, that lasts for about a week, maybe two and then we procrastinators fall off the wagon and start losing speed. So today I’m going to tell you about something I’ve started to do in order to get a productivity boost that will last me the whole semester but hopefully my whole life! Now before I tell you what it is, I have to say I actually

  Are you wondering where to start in order to prepare for the new semester? There’s so many things to be done, I don’t blame you. Starting off organized is important because it sets you up for success. If your things aren’t in order, it’s much, much more difficult to actually get things done. So I’m helping you out here, making a list of things you need to to now (or ASAP) in order to have a smooth beginning to the semester. There’s also a free checklist printable you can

I’m one of those people you call “planner junkies”. I just love planners. I have way too many of them and I change too often. Why? My planning style doesn’t remain the same all year. I think I just haven’t found my cup of tea yet and I’m still exploring my options. Do I want a daily planner or a weekly view? What kind of things do I need to write down? How much space do I need? Do I need a place to put in appointments? So. Many. Questions.

Happy New Year to all of you! Hope you achieve all your goals and work as hard as you’re planning to. I can’t wait for the semester to start and I have a little gift to share with yo all today! I know I always have trouble organizing my stuff for the semester. I don’t know what system to choose and eventually end up having like 2-3 methods. I get lost and then I have no idea how to get out of that never-ending black hole. This fall, however, I

With 2016 coming up in only a few days (already? that’s crazy!) and the semester ending, I can’t stop thinking about what I did good this year and what I could’ve donne even better. I don’t believe in resolutions and never have. However, I think goals are manageable and achievable. Some of you might think “Isn’t it pretty much the same?” It could be but to me it isn’t. I see goals as being something you really want to achieve. They guide your thoughts and actions towards something attainable. Goals,

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