Way back at the start of this hell year, I made myself a challenge that I wouldn't buy any new books for 2020. The only exceptions were my Kindle Subscriptions, Audible and the new Dresden Files book. Temptation is everywhere I hadn't realised on the one hand how freaking easy it would be because I've … Continue reading Book Ban Update
It's been a wee while between updates thanks to health stuff and not knowing what is causing me to still feel so ill. Anyway! I've been working away bit by bit and last night I hit the 10k words mark! Woohoo! Then today I started four new crochet projects because I'm procrochetenating finishing the excerpt. … Continue reading Dissertation Update #7
I'm slowly trying to work my way through the reading list for my MA course. I've never been a fast reader - unless I'm completely absorbed by what I'm reading (see Harry Potter) so when it comes to reading technical books or deep literature then it's going to be a bit of a slog. Pictured … Continue reading Currently Reading – August 2018
So it's almost the end of August but Scotland hasn't realised that it's technically still summer... Back to the ice age for us, sadly. I'm sitting here trying to do work and read but keep getting distracted by recipes and studyspo on Pinterest. Alas, there's always tomorrow. Did I mention I'm cold? I'm wearing my … Continue reading Freezing
So it's around a year since evallone.com happened and I'm thrilled with how my little site has developed in that time. Initially pre-domain name it did start as a blog of a recent graduate trying to find decent work in this pre-apocalyptic world, then evolved, backtracked and evolved some more! Tomorrow marks a year since … Continue reading Blogoversary!
Hello dear readers, It's been a crazy busy month. I feel like I've barely just gotten my last assessment out of the way and already the next one is due in a couple of weeks. There's so much to prepare for it, not just the text itself, but the idea and knowing that I will … Continue reading Swamped
Went into town yesterday to run a few errands and hit Starbucks because I wanted my free, extra stars they offered bribed me with. Cover photo is of my yummy soya latte and I started reading Robin Lane Fox's book on Alexander the Great (which provided the context and inspiration of the Alexander film by Oliver … Continue reading Chill Time