A few years ago my friend found a Buzzfeed list of questions to ask yourself at the end of each year, and they were quite good so I incorporated them into my annual traditions. Here is this year’s contribution. Continue reading “End Of Year Reflections 2018”
Pinched from the wonderful Abby Norman, whose book I read earlier this year and found very relatable. She asks herself these questions once a year so I thought I’d do the same, using them to kick of the month of reflective posts I usually write as we approach the end of the year. Continue reading “30 Questions”
A while ago Abby Norman, who wrote the utterly fantastic book Ask Me About My Uterus and runs the excellent podcast Let Me Google That, posted a series of questions on Medium which she asks herself every year. Surprisingly, none of them are about her uterus.
Since I’m an ex-MySpace-kid and I love a good online survey, I thought I’d answer them this year, since there are thirty of them and I’m thirty. Did I mention I’m thirty? I MADE IT PAST TWENTY WITHOUT DYING, Y’ALL. Continue reading “30 Questions”
I feel like a phrase that should have an apostrophe in it might not be the best hashtag to represent a day for book lovers, but I suppose loving books doesn’t necessarily equate to being a grammar nut. Perhaps it’s only me who cares.
Anyway, without further ado, let’s start with the tag. I found this on Carmen’s Reading Corner, which I only recently discovered. I’m not going to tag anyone because I don’t know who’d like to do it, but if you’d like to, feel free to tag yourself and answer the questions. If you do, send me a link to your post so I can read it! I love reading other people’s answers to stuff like this.
Because it’s 5.40 on a Saturday morning, I’ve been working for two hours, and I’m just about young enough to be one of those people who did loads of MySpace quizzes when they were fifteen.