When I was 11 years old I used to have a pair of reading glasses - for some reason I have the eyes of a 70-year-old woman. One day, when I just started high school, I decided glasses weren't cool and I never wore them again. Recently I started to notice that I was getting headaches when I spent a lot of time behind my laptop or reading. I had an eye test and it turned out I still had a little deviation that could cause the headaches. In a time when glasses are used as fashion accessoires I actually didn't mind needing glasses again. So I went on the hunt to find the perfect pair.
I'd slept less three hours that night. I had a thesis deadline on Monday morning and I'd procrastinated for way too long. Completely my own fault of course. But at 7.30 I finally e-mailed my research proposal to my supervisor, changed my dressing gown for a jumper that was just as cosy, put an umbrella and a bottle of water in my backpack and quietly left the house.
I've really been into bullet journalling lately lately. I just love to have everything I would normally have in seperate notebooks in one place and I feel so creative and inspired when I'm using it. In this post I'm going to tell you all about my bullet journal, from the notebook that I use to the pens I like to write/draw with. I'm also giving you a sneak peek inside my bullet journal.
At the beginning of the year I made a ton of lists - my new year's resolutions, blog posts I wanted to write, personal goals.. One of my goals/resolutions was to read more. Even though I love reading, for some reason I find it hard to find time to read in my everyday life. I think watching Netflix in my free time has become too much of a habit - but one that I really want to break.
So in january I made another list of the books that I really want to read this year. These are all books that I already own but just never read before, or started to read but never finished. I'll make it my mission to read all of them before the summer.
All the bright places by Jennifer Niven
All the bright places is about a boy and a girl who meet each other when they're both about to commit suicide. They save each other from killing themselves and then become friends.
I received this book as a gift for my birthday in 2015. For some reason I just never got around reading it. As a psychology student I always find it interesting to read about people with mental health problems. I've heard many people raving about this book, so I definitely want to read it.