Weekend Reading

Do you ever find yourself coming across interesting articles online at work or school but don’t have the time to actually read it while you’re *ahem* working or studying? I think I bookmark at least 5 articles a day. *Side note – I started using Pocket mid-summer, and it’s been a game changer. It’s essentially…

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[currently] Reading

Nearly 6 months have passed since my last reading update, so I think it’s about time to offer some more book suggestions! Crazy Rich Asians // Ok, I loved this book. I tore through it in a week (which is pretty quick for me) and couldn’t put it down or stop myself from laughing. Kevin…

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[currently] Reading

I’ve been reading a lot since the start of the new year. It could be because I didn’t really meet my reading goals for 2016… or it could be because it’s a way I’m coping with the reality of 2017… or maybe I just darn well feel like reading more. Either which way, I’m glad…

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20 Books Recommended by Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling is the best. She’s funny, talented, and… an avid reader. I’ve been following her on social media for some time, but it wasn’t until I found this article that I realized just how many book recommendations she sneaks into her posts! I love finding new recommendations for my to-read pile, but it’s even…

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[currently] Reading

You guys. This. Book. I tend to lag behind the popular trends, especially when it comes to books. While I’m catching up on the book that was hot off the press and in readers’ hands 6 months ago, the next hot thing gets released. Anyways, it happened again. I’m currently reading Me Before You by…

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[currently] Reading

Admittedly, I don’t have a lot of time to read right now. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t make the time! I try to read as much as I can before bed and on the subway. These are the two times throughout the day that I don’t feel guilty reading (since I basically can’t…

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[currently] On My Radar

This semester has been rough. There’s no other description I could possibly give it. I’m starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but it hasn’t been easy to think about anything but the sheer amass of assignments and exams and what I’m going to do this summer. I have a sinking…

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