Jon Krakauer ‘Into the Wild’ [READ WITH ANNA]

Ooooh, I am the worst. I know I have skipped last week’s posting day, but I have been so incredibly busy at work, I barely found time to do anything not work-related. Actually, the work madness ended 4 hours ago, so I didn’t manage to write anything throughout the week. Thankfully tough, I had to…

Happy birthday to me?

It was my 25th birthday yesterday. Another year passes for an Octobrrr girl! I have lots of thoughts crawling through my mind right now, as what I have experienced in the past two weeks was something both refreshing and quite informative. Also a little heart-breaking, when you look at it. So this post will be…

Excuse me..?

Oh my… I am doing this again! But I cannot write a new book review if I didn’t manage to finish the book I planned to review! Of course, I could write about just any book I have recently read but I don’t think it would be fair. I need to take a step back…

Cracow and Ludovico Einaudi escapade

I’ve been thinking what to write about this week. It’s been a little hectic. I had no time to do other stuff than work and university related, so when I sat down to create a post I felt I was in trouble. What to write about if I haven’t finished a book I read yet,…

Introduction to a new section [TRAVEL WITH ANNA]

I believe there are at least two different ways to travel. First one, covered on this blog, is reading. Books are a way to travel and educate yourself when you are stuck in your current location with no perspective of future travels or in between of those. The other way is to simply book a…

Sarah Knight ‘The Life-changing magic of not giving a f**k’

Oh, my airport read. Got it on my way back from Glasgow, the book caught my eye and stayed with me. It’s one of those books I was reading simultaneously with other books for school. So among Virginia Woolf and Thomas Hardy pieces, there she was – Sarah Knight.   What I loved the most…

Rupi Kaur ‘milk and honey’ [READ WITH ANNA]

This book goes against my ‘Don’t judge the book by its cover’ rule. I had no idea who the author was, I just liked the design of the cover, the title intrigued me, and so I got it on Amazon. A week later it was mine, and oh how surprised I was by its content….

Paige Toon ‘Pictures of Lily’ [READ WITH ANNA]

I see I have mentioned this book in my previous post about Patterson’s ‘Zoo’, so it had to be this one that I write about after this looooong break in blogging. Pictures of Lily is a book I received as a gift from Apple’s Appstore. They had an Christmas action that was supposed to encourage…

Organizing the website.

I am probably the worst at keeping up with blogging. It is something I like doing but struggle with time management. Maybe if I had a normal job, a 9-5er… Maybe keeping on track with a blog would be much easier. Well, who knows. But I don’t have a normal job, and I do have…