1. I typically use my books as decor. I also like to use things in ways that they were not intended. I have a love of vintage stuff so I used this vintage high chair as a display shelf for books, jewelry and shoes (not seen in pic).
2. I organize my books by color since they are used as decor.
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Thank you @TheQuietQuill I loved everything! I‘m going to plant the gladiolus immediately. I needed gardening gloves. I had resorted to using my winter mittens. LOL Honey & Spice will be bumped up on my TBR List! Oh! I love the pumpkin travel mug. I‘m going to try the coffee this morning too.
1. Martha‘s Vineyard because of the book Summer in the Bluffs by Sunny Hostin.
2. I would recommend Commonwealth by Ann Patchett. That was the last book I read.
3. I‘m going to start The Collected Regrets of Clover by Mikki Brammer.
This was a good and interesting story. I liked it even better when I found out it was loosely based on the author‘s life.😯 the dynamics and intertwining of the families was full of drama. Not gonna lie, it started off a little slow and there are a lot of characters to keep up with.
1. Finding Me by Viola Davis
2. Grown by Tiffany Jackson. It gives R. Kelly‘s mews storyline. I didn‘t watch his documentary and I was done with this book when the main character started trying to solve a crime. Meh
@TheSpineView thanks for the tag.
I would want an oceanic vibe. Blue walls and yellow bookshelves. I would arrange them by genre and name each based off something that correlates with the ocean. Action-Shark bite, romance-Kissing fish etc. It would be in my hometown which isn‘t near a beach at all. I would name it The J Spot. Boozy slushies is what I would sell.
Great for young women. I also liked the set up because it doesn‘t need to be read in order and you can easily jump to the area of self care you need in that moment. Well written.
The storyline ended up being good, but it was long and monotonous. I almost stopped reading it.
Short, sweet and to the point! I have 4 years left before I retire. This is one of the best books I‘ve read as a resource for educators. I can totally implement it right now. I pray others embrace this transformation as we go forward.
Boring. Stereotypical characters and predictable storylines. I‘m so dis.
1. Walking. I try to walk 15 miles a week. My goal this summer is to make it 22.5 miles a week.
2. Eating late at night. 🤦🏾♀️I have snacks next to my bed. Oftentimes, I will eat a meal after 9PM and go to bed.
3. Book-Historical Fiction/Movies-Comedy
This audible original isn‘t listed so I chose Common‘s bio.
This audible was great. Especially, if you like his music.
Loved it! I saw it several times on here today. Downloaded it and read it. I‘m going to reread it tomorrow just to make sure I didn‘t miss anything!