MY LIFE THIS MONTH
What an eventful month this has been.
I attended a brand new school and met so many brilliant people; making more friends than I thought was actually possible for a socially inept person like me. I also encountered A Levels for the first time (that wasn’t as nice of an experience but I’ve managed somehow). I played netball in a competitive team for the first time in a good few years which turned out much more fun than expected, mainly because it was actually nice to see that I could do something which wasn’t quite in my comfort zone.
But I also endured a lot of stress, making the past 4 weeks practically hell for me; and whilst I tried to handle everything and not give up on my new school – I honestly feel that I made the right choice in leaving it to go back to my previous school, which I had attended for 5 years. I think that I will be able to excel much more in an environment in which I am comfortable, surrounded by teachers and people who know how to support me better because they’ve known me for much longer. I feel like the next 2 years are looking up now that I start there on Monday.
MY SEPTEMBER IN BOOKS
READ: 10% of my Goodreads goal (5 Books)
- Stealing Snow – Danielle Page
- Holding Up The Universe – Jennifer Niven
- Saint Death – Marcus Sedgwick
- A Hold On Me – Pat Esden
- Unrivalled – Alyson Noël
A certain person is going to be (hopefully) incredibly proud of me, because this month I haven’t actually bought any books, and only received Defender by G.X. Todd courtesy of Headline Publishing, so I am very much keeping to our agreement unlike I did during the summer. I actually feel as though this agreement has helped me tackle my TBR pile a little, it’s certainly decreased by a few titles in the last few months anyway and I’m hoping this sort of pattern will continue .
Have you read any of the books above? Or perhaps want to recommend any of your September reads for me to read this month – drop me a comment below
“Remember, all the answers you need are inside of you; you only have to become quiet enough to hear them.”