Tagged journalism

8 MUST-READ APRIL RELEASES

Hello, April. I can’t believe how fast 2019 is going – I say this at approximately the same time every year – but it’s true. 2019 has been rather uneventful for me so far. Work is quiet, nothing crazy has happened, I’ve been very happy and content, and I’ve had lots of free time. I do…

How I Edit My Bookstagram Photos

Every week, I get a handful of questions asking me how I edit my bookstagram photos. (@bethsbookshelf on Instagram) I get it. I constantly want to ask people how they do it. However, people are super protective of their processes. I understand it, I do, but unless you’ve invented the filter, is it really fair to keep your editing process a secret?…

MARCH BOOK RELEASES: diverse, feminist, and crazy psycho killer reads

I’m back with another list of this month’s best book releases and this one is so good! When All Is Said by Anne Griffin If you had to pick five people to sum up your life, who would they be? If you were to raise a glass to each of them, what would you say? And what would you learn about yourself, when all is said and done? Maurice Hannigan tells the story of his whole life through ordering five drinks at the bar one night, and making a toast to five different people in his life, who have all left…

3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD JOURNAL EVERY DAY

In February, I challenged myself to journal every day for one month. I started journaling as soon as I learned to write. I have filled over 20 notebooks from the age of 4 years old (I’m now 23) and they are my most prized possessions. My answer to the question, “What would you save if your house went…