Book Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

It’s no mystery: Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym of J.K. Rowling, which is what obviously attracted to me to this book. I am not very well read in the detective genre, but I have been known to like mysteries in the past. My attempt at reading J.K. Rowling’s other non-Harry work, The Casual Vacancy, canRead more

Book Reviews: Fangirl and Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell I’ve seen this book a lot in stores, but it took me awhile to finally commit to purchasing it. Ultimately, it seems like I picked the perfect time since I recently finished my re-reading of my beloved Harry Potter series. I related to this book a lot, especially since my loveRead more

Last Week’s Workouts

I am proud of myself because I feel like I am getting back on track with my fitness and finally getting on track (maybe for the first time, really) with my nutrition! I’ve been doing a nutrition program this past month called Swim, Bike, Fuel, and it has been really helpful. More on that later!Read more

Book Review: The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

My friend Amanda recommended this book to me. She is an avid reader and a fellow fan of young adult literature, so I take her recommendations seriously! As usual, this book did not disappoint. The Rest of Us Just Live Here is a young adult dystopian novel. However, it is not like traditional young adultRead more

Chillin’ in Chattanooga

Today was a SNOW DAY (!), which means it is the second 3-day weekend in a row <3 <3 <3. While I anticipate this weekend to be filled with relaxing, yoga, reading, bullet journaling, etc., the past 3-day weekend was more adventurous. My boyfriend and I went to Chattanooga for one main reason: to seeRead more

The Harry Potter Series: A Re-Read

I enjoyed writing reviews for the books I read last year, and although I fell off the wagon as 2015 came to a close, I am going to start this year fresh! This book review will differ from most because it is of a book that is deeply important to me. I spent a largeRead more

Happy New Year!

It is January 1st, 2016 (edit: technology troubles prevented me from posting this then) and I, like many others, am trying to get my life together. I understand the frustration from people who look down upon those who take the new year (specifically resolutions) seriously– after all, it is an arbitrary fresh start and anyone whoRead more