It is hard to believe that we have made it to 2019! I spent November and December reflecting on my social media, blog, and reading goals. I have set the bar pretty high for myself this year, but with the bulk of National Board certification behind me, I feel I can achieve these goals!
I originally wanted to do a Top 5 list for this post, but I rated fifteen books with five stars on Goodreads this year, so it was really hard for me to narrow it down to a Top 5!
If you disliked a book that I loved, I would love to know what you disliked about it in the comments.
I actually found it really difficult to find the five worst books I read this year. According to Goodreads, I only gave two books 1 star ratings and three books got 2 star ratings, but I DNF’d two of those books. I did not want to include DNF’d books on this list because it feels unfair to call them the worst if I never finished them.
Please do not take it personally if I disliked one of your favorite books-we are all entitled to different opinions!
So many books, so little time, right? There were SO many books that I did not get to in 2018. Today’s post will reflect on ten of the books I wanted to read in 2018 and will be forwarding on to 2019.
This was fun way to wrap up Blogmas 2018! I hope you enjoyed my posts this year, and I will definitely be participating in this again next year! Stay tuned after Christmas for my 2018 wrap up posts where I will discuss the best and worst books of the year, as well as some books I hope to get to in 2019!
This post is technically a Top Five Wednesday prompt, but I loved the idea so much that I decided to use it for Blogmas.
This was surprisingly hard for me because I kept wanting to use characters from Harry Potter for every question!
As you get older, your Christmas wishlist begins to shrink every year. This year was probably the biggest wishlist I’ve had in a few years. Now, I certainly do not expect to get all of these items, but this was my list for Santa this year.
As you get older, you grow to appreciate certain holiday traditions and get-togethers with family that you may not see otherwise during the year. Today, I will be discussing my favorite Christmas traditions from year to year.
I have to confess that I am one of those people who starts listening to Christmas music November 1. I can’t help it-the music just puts me in a good mood and brings back so many nostalgic feelings. Today’s Blogmas post is the top ten Christmas songs on my playlist each year.