I need help restarting my habits. I am a slob. Help me.
This is a mission of mine. Basically; I feel blurgh. I’m home five days a week, probably only one of those days is actually doing uni work. So that leaves 4 days of me feeling like death and blurgh-ness.
I know, I know. Cal, shut up. You’re complaining that you have too much free time. Shut. Up.
I get that. But get this: I feel blurgh-y. So it’s not really free time.
So last week I tried to counteract my evergoing affects of mental illness blurgh-iness, and made this little motivator:
My aimswere to:
Think Pink- otherwise, it a less dark cloud kind of way.
No Complaining- this lasted ten minutes but hey, it relates to point #1.
Meditate- This one was awesome and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I used the app Breathe.
Finished my first book, some older woman is bullying some of the participants, and I’m having fun reading…
I completed my first book!
View my Goodreads review here (it has also been added to this blog’s queue). I read The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh. I enjoyed the story, and it received 3/5 stars.
Next I will read Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. I have read this before and did not like it. Finger’s crossed I do this time!
This week is flooded with uni assessments and exams, so bear with me.
IN OTHER NEWS…
I’ve had beef with somebody who’s being a shark on the book blogs and forums participating. This woman is going around on teenager’s accounts and discounting their reading; taking this reading challenge way too far. I scavenged the web to see if other #TheReadingQuest participants were being attacked, and indeed there were. In particular: teen girls. Not cool, Miss ‘I like to spend my time trying to argue with minors who are just trying to have some fun while reading’.
I’ve been obsessed with The Office (U.S.) lately. Half way through season 3, it just clicked. I suddenly understood the humour.