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Left a good job in the city.... The reading list

When you tell people you work with that you’re leaving your job in the office with the view in the first picture to go and work 3 days a week in the office in the second picture and work on your own business ideas for the other two days, the most surprising thing is just how many people start to tell you that they want to do the same thing. 1,011 more words


Book Review: Alice by Christina Henry

Since getting my kindle it’s not often that I have an actual book in my hand and I’m not sure whether that was part of the reason I managed to easily devour this book in a little over 24 hours.  318 more words


University: My Life Lessons

This goes out to all those who are starting university, thinking about applying to university and even those who have been there a year or two already: enjoy it, make the most of your time as a student and live exactly how you want to – listen to no judgement (and I suppose that last one can go out to everyone really). 339 more words


All The Bright Places - Jennifer Niven

So I do a lot of reading and I thought it would be cool to show you what I’ve been reading and enjoying. I won’t go into full detail about the books as I would hate to spoil anything so I may just share some of the blurb, my rating out of 10 and why I enjoyed it. 211 more words


Book Discussion: Pretty. A Word for girls. The way handsome described boys.

Book: Luna

Author: Julie Anne Peters

Published in 2004, Luna is a story about, well, Luna, told by her sister Reagan. It won several awards (such as being named a Stonewall Honor Book and being named as a ‘best book for Young Adults’ by the American Library Association) and nominated for many others.

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oh Shadowhunters How did it all go so wrong ?

First thing first I love the books, they have issues but I love them, and will say yes the movie was poor cheesy but did look more like the world of the books. 806 more words

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Book suggestion: The Drunkard's Walk

This book looks into different aspects of our lives in order to demonstrate how randomness plays more of a role than we would like to think. 172 more words

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