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Mini Book Reviews: Q2 of 2019

In the second quarter of 2019 I had very little time to read because I moved out! I got my keys in May and moved sometime mid-June, so I mostly spent my time in homeware stores and painting my new place. I did manage to finish 4 books, though, which is actually impressive considering how much I had going on.

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Document Your Life: May 2019

In which I paint my bedroom, go to Harry Potter In Concert, and take my service dog Nugget to Amsterdam. Music:Joshua Radin – Falling (Apple Music / Spotify)…

Books Mental Health

Book Review: Sad Perfect

Disclaimer: Part of this review was originally posted on my book blog Lauren Reads YA. I have since edited it to reflect my current feelings on the book. Sad Perfect by Stephanie Elliot Genre: Young Adult, ContemporaryPublication date: February…

Books Minimalism Sustainability

Book Review: Less Stuff

Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for a review. In no way does this affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Less Stuff: Simple zero-waste steps to a joyful and…


Mini Book Reviews: Q1 of 2019

This post includes affiliate links. I’ve been so disorganized lately and stuck in a reading slump, so I wasn’t very motivated to work on my mini book reviews. I’m on a catch-up spree, though, so get ready:…

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Frequently Asked Questions About My Service Dog

International Assistance Dog Week (August 4-10) came and went and I didn’t have the energy to post this in time, but here it is anyway: the answers to the most frequently asked questions I get about my service dog.…

Autism Books

Book Review: The Rosie Project

Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the author & publisher. In no way does this affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion Genre: General FictionPublication date:…


Secrets of Adulthood

If you’ve read my book review ofΒ The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin, you may already know how much I love habits and personal growth. In her book, Gretchen writes about a thing called ‘secrets of adulthood’, which are lessons…