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Favorite Blog Posts: December 2018

Hello lovelies! How are you? This is a little bit later than usual and probably a little shorter than it could've been, cause I was less than amazing at keeping up with all your lovely blogs over the holidays. But I still read a lot of wonderful posts this month and I want to share… Continue reading Favorite Blog Posts: December 2018

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TTT: My Favorite Winter Reads

Hi guys! How are you? Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Artsy Girl. The topic this week is: Winter Reads and I'm so excited, cause y'all know I love my seasonal reading. One of my favorite things about living in Norway is getting to fully experience all the season. But Norwegian winters are… Continue reading TTT: My Favorite Winter Reads

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Halloween Recs: For Scaredy Cats

Hi guys! How are you? I hope you're prepared for the Halloween themed posts, cause this is Halloween! This is Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Ok. I'll try to tone it down a notch, for now. Today I have some seasonally appropriate book recommendations for those of us who love the Halloween aesthetics, but aren't horror fans. We're talking… Continue reading Halloween Recs: For Scaredy Cats

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10 Books for Autumn Reading

Hi guys! How are you? We readers tend to get very enthusiastic about autumn and since autumn nights are practically made for staying in with a good book for company, it makes perfect sense. Add some scented candles, cozy sweaters and fuzzy blankets and you've got the ideal set-up. But the most important thing is… Continue reading 10 Books for Autumn Reading

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In Lara Jean Covey’s Library

Hi guys! How are you? It's been way too long since I did one of these posts and I'm super excited to bring them back! Today we're going to sneak a peek into Miss Lara Jean's library, to celebrate the movie-adaption which was finally released on Netflix today! I'm super excited to watch it, with… Continue reading In Lara Jean Covey’s Library