#LizzieReads ‘snowflake’ – a very sensitive person. Someone who is easily hurt or offended by the statement or actions of others. According to the ever-reliable urban dictionary. This is a term I am sure many of us have seen thrown about over the last couple of years in particular, and to the annoyance of others, [...]
Content creator Hazel Hayes' debut novel Out of Love is a perfect, bittersweet love story of a relationship told from the beginning of the end. A match for Sally Rooney and Naoise Dolan fans!
I DID IT! I got a FIRST and I couldn't be more proud of myself!
Read how resilience and pure grit can pay off in the end, despite the tears, anxiety and exhaustion!
#LizzieReads A book that falls into the self-help cult. Austin Kleon is known for his small, brief self-help books (such as Steal Like An Artist) which follow a similar knack and layout of recommending what you can do to make your life a little easier and tolerable. Fortunately I am in a better mindset now compared to when I read [...]
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig; the epitome of imagination and reflection
Tackling the uni blues - particularly during the Pandemic
How do I read so many books - really?
it seems i have been trying to find a word to summarise my actions over this past year, especially since embarking on my very own YEAR OF YES and I guess my journey so far. that word, is GRIT. Over the past 18 months, my reading list has expanded from romance to self-help books. The [...]
#LizzieReads #JFDI first of all, sorry for the title of this book - but that's what attracted me to reading it in the first place! I’ve been slowly making my way through many self-help and motivational books I bought on my kindle some time ago to help adjust my mindset. I would say I have [...]
study + focus tips this post was inspired by a blog post I wrote for my uni - I will be happy to share the link at a later date! The global pandemic has seen as all change our ways of working and studying as we spend more time at home. I was on placement [...]