Tag Archives: books

365, 7: day 186

Los Angeles The week is improving, TG. One of my resolutions is to read some books that intimidate me. I’ve had Midnight’s Children for years and finally started it, and I’m really enjoying it (duh). Year One Year Two Year … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 133

Los Angeles Today was the laziest day. I alternated cleaning/chores and reading New Yorker articles, but that mostly ended up with the day dragging on forever and me being really bored. I knew I had a new bookclub book that … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 114

Los Angeles My mom gave me All the Light We Cannot See for Christmas two years ago, and I finally started reading it the other week and I almost stayed up until 1am last night to finish it, but I … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 100

Los Angeles A very exciting mail day: a replacement Fitbit (I lost it back in November, but somehow was too burnt out on work to even comment on it?!) AND new Tupperware. My husband has been out of town for … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 96

Los Angeles Valentine’s Day approaches at the library! I got a stack of books there tonight (three!), plus came home to another one waiting that a friend had sent me! And I stayed up too late shuffling between books! Year … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 85

Los Angeles I spent most of the day reading – The Hate U Give, which I loved and finished and would have probably been my favorite book of 2017, had I actually read it then. I guess it’s my favorite … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 331

Los Angeles I’m so glad to not be working today. I made sweet potato noodle waffles for breakfast (with my pumpkin candle!), put all of our books on the bookshelves (omg how beautiful is it?), watched the glorious return of … Continue reading

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