In the past six months, I haven’t posted nearly as many blogposts as I meant to. The reason I failed to post consistently, is because the past 10 months have been extremely stressful to me. I made the tough decision to switch from university to college, because I lost all motivation to still make uni work. Instead, I pursued what had been my goal all along anyway: I started a teacher training. It should have been a nice change, and it was, but it was probably also the most anxiety-filled year I have ever lived.
This isn’t a regular post, I am quite aware – but I couldn’t not share how much I loved this book. It’s probably become my all time favourite, and I will most definitely reread it as soon as possible.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is the first book in years of which I can say I will probably reread it (several times). I honestly did not see this coming. I must quite thank my friends for dragging me into this Austen-craze, for I have not regretted it for a single page.
- L. Parole
Sorry! Back in July.
Oh, sweet Riverdale. After some thorough and very legit research in one of the many group chats I’m a part of, it seems generally agreed that the series is crap. My friends argue that the storyline just doesn’t interest them, and some problematic actors aren’t helping its case. I can’t argue with that. What I can argue with, though, is that Riverdale isn’t inherently bad. The series might be, yes
(though I think this is most definitely up for debate), but the series was in fact based on a comic book-universe that is most definitely worth the read.