This poem seems applicable to manifestation because it is about living in a world beyond what we can see, and beyond "reasons and proofs."
I am not going to list the books that I read last year. It was a kind of intense year, and many of the books that I read had to do with school or with my comprehensive exam for my master’s degree (which I passed!). I did however set some goals on this blog:(https://litbitchbooks.com/2021/01/05/2021-reading-goals/). I… Continue reading Assessment of my 2021 Goal
Here, I share some goals that I have for reading in 2021. Overall, I wanted my goals to center around more specific books that I would like to get to this year, since I am not going to be pressuring myself with numbers.
Happy New Year! I’m making a quick post to wrap up the year. This will basically just be a list of books I read.
A man named Lincoln is hired to look over emails in an office and make sure everyone is following the rules and doing their job or whatever. There are two women in the office, Beth and Jennifer, who do not give a shit about the rules.
Hermes describes Circe’s “magic wand”, which refers to Circe’s metaphorical dick.
I’m not a bitch that cries at everything, so the books on this list have really achieved something extraordinary.
To be concise, my overall opinion is read this book! It’s great, and I want to date Levi.
I was taking eighteen credit hours this semester, so I’m proud of myself for reading six books.
When people ask, I’ll tell them I read thirteen books, but this list will only comprise of seven items
I roast the fuck out of Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum. I just felt that Jessie was a fucking idiot.
The book's humor makes it's plot and characters fun to read, so I do recommend the book.