While being pretty upset at work, I find comfort in books and music, just like most people do. So I thought up a new corner – Tuesday’s Playlist, because, to me, Tuesday is the middle of the week, just the time when I need something to push me towards holding on until the weekend. Every Week I […]Read More Tuesday’s Playlist
It was, well, inevitable. It was obvious that sooner or later my heart would break – whether it was by a friend or a boyfriend. So who did I turn to? Books. This is a list of five books to read after a heartbreak. 1. Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella Finding Audrey is one of the […]Read More HEARTBREAK IS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM – best books for heartbreak
As 2017 is coming to a close, it’s time to summarize it. And what’s a better way to summarize a year than by summarizing the books you read? I’ll admit, for me, 2017 wasn’t the best reading year. Dealing with a lot of personal issues, I didn’t read as much as I would like to, […]Read More Favorite Books of 2017!
“it’s been 84 years,” she said in the famous movie Titanic. That’s how I feel about my mom’s art gallery exhibition. “Maybe Tomorrow I Will Be Pretty” is a poem by Leah Goldberg, a known Israeli poet. My mom has taken the poem very much to her art and created an art exhibit all about it. […]Read More Life Update: Mom’s Art Gallery
It’s taken me a few hours to recover, but I finally feel recovered enough to actually write a review. The Road by Cormac McCarthy is a book that knows how to hit you right in the feels. The book follows a father and his son as they walk through desolate America from north to south. […]Read More Review – The Road by Cormac McCarthy
I’m still at home with a cold, now reading The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson! What are you reading this weekend?Read More Life Update: Still sick…
For the past few days I’ve been laying in my grandma’s guest room, barely able to move a muscle, super-dead sick. I caught the flu, and I am too far from home to go back, so I had to settle for going to my grandma (which is super fun, I promise.) But what do you […]Read More Sick Days Book Recommendations