My Favourite Things: February 2016

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Can’t believe it’s February! This is what I call the crazy month. I’ve got the annual photography contest to do at my workplace, and I’ll be running around with my head cut off trying to do all these tasks. Regardless, I’m here to do Raisa and Eirene’s wonderful link-up, My Favourite Things. January was — unexpectedly — a busy month for me, so I haven’t really been exposed to anything new. Then again, it seems like I just don’t want to get into new things lately because I want things that are familiar to give me comfort. And with this month’s being my super busy month, this entry will list some of my favourite things that gives me relaxation when things become too much and I want to escape . . .

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2015 Book Meme

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2015 is almost coming to an end. This year, I didn’t read as much books and mangas I did the last two years. This year, I spent most of my time reading fanfics or re-reading fanfics I just couldn’t get enough of. I ended up reading 50 books and mangas and 11 volumes of scanslations. And this is the year where I spent most of my time catching up on The Baby-Sitters Club books I haven’t read . . . but I did still read some other books, so I’m still going to do the book meme I’ve done the last two years.

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Timeless Thoughts: Animorphs

Timeless Thoughts

It’s time for another round of Timeless Thoughts, a monthly blog link-up hosted by Georgie and me. This month is being hosted by Georgie, so head over to her blog and join up by submitting your post to the widget at the end of Georgie’s entry! This link-up is opened for two weeks, and your entry can be about anything you miss from your past! It can be an object, an event, a person — anything goes — and you can have more than one thing you miss. For this month, here’s what I’ve been missing lately!

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Cutting Down on Clutter with a Kindle

Cutting Down on Clutter with a Kindle

When I first got a Kindle Touch in December 2011, I told myself that I wouldn’t forget about physical books, that the Kindle could never replace physical books. After all, physical books are what I grew up with; they’ve been my steadfast companions since childhood. Being a natural pack rat, I grew up collecting and buying books. In fact, my bookcase was soon overflowing with books, mangas, and comic books, and I know I’ve had at least 2000+ books throughout my life. The lack of space didn’t bother me, and I just kept on buying and hoarding more books.

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