The days are getting warmer and it’ll soon be time to pack your favorite summer read in your beach bag or take it with you out on the back deck. We’ve had a couple really beautiful days here in NS, and while the water is still freezing, people are ready to hit the beach for the long weekend.
I recently read a bunch of books from the Young Adult section of the book store and there were 3 that really grabbed my attention. The first two were lent to me and I highly recommend those. The last one is soul crushing and read at your own risk.
I love(d) travelling, seeing different places and experiencing new things. Unfortunately an episode of depression and added anxiety last year has robbed me of part of that. With the additional anxiety deciding to stick around for an extended stay, my baseline anxiety level is now higher (and so far it does not look like it will be ending any time soon…over a year later and you would think it could find somewhere else better to go). One of the things on the list of
As I am knee deep in packing for my upcoming move on Wednesday (ahh!!) my kitchen time has been cut a little short this week (hey there, frozen pizza and takeout). However since my cookbooks are piled around me waiting to find their spots in my suitcases I thought I would share with you the books I cannot live without – and why you shouldn’t either! Hope you enjoy this list of Cookbooks you need on your bookshelf and stay tuned for Monday’s Mouthful next week… my first from Europe!
In the cold of an Atlantic Canada winter there is nothing better than putting on your fuzzy socks, wrapping yourself up in a blanket with a cup of tea and a good book. Currently I am reading Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson. A book I picked up for two reasons; upon reading the title and short description on the jacket of the book I thought “this is going to be hilarious” (who doesn’t need a good laugh during dreary winter days) and, more honestly, I can’t resist a book with a cute animal on the cover. I am not typically fond of raccoons (that is a story for another time) but this one seemed really happy.