12 Girlfriend Getaways You Need to Book Right Now – pretty much makes me want to take a girl-cation TOMORROW.
I’m not one to sit down and read the bible (maybe I should be, but I’m not. Maybe I should start plannin it :P) but this list of 10 Resolutions for a Better Marriage This Year is prettyyyy good!
I want to do something like THIS to our kitchen table (it was free, but needs updated!).
And something like THIS to our laundry room (currently just have wire shelves, where things get tossed up on, and it looks a MESS).
Things I Love!
Maybe cause I just did the 2015 Book Survey , or because I am getting ready to do do the Book & A Cuppa Swap with Kristen over at The Book Monsters, books have been on my mind. So, I thought I’d tell you the ones I’m most excited about reading this year!
Frostfire (The Kanin Chronicles #1) by Amanda Hocking
This is another book set in the Trylle Universe and I’m so excited to read it! Amanda Hocking sucked me into this universe and I fell hard. I am currently reading Hocking’s Watersong Series (about Sirens) and its good, but I almost can’t wait to finish it so I can read these haha!
Yes Please by Amy Poehler
I enjoyed Tina Fey’s Bossypants, so – of course, I’m gonna read her bff’s book too! This isn’t my typical genre, so sometimes its hard for me to get through, but I’m still looking forward to reading it!
The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls by Emilie Autumn
This book is apparently just as dark and twisted as it is expensive. I’m not sure when I’ll ever be able to afford it (no, I did not win the lottery tonight), but I’m incredibly intrigued. From Goodreads:
“Positively packed with hand-written memoirs, photos, and paintings, this profoundly empowering epic not only deserves a place on your tea table, it is also one of the most complete accounts of bipolar disorder ever penned, and will take readers behind the doors of both modern day psych ward and Victorian insane asylum in this true life horror tale of madness, murder, and medical experimentation.
But reader beware: It’s much easier to get into the Asylum than it is to get out.”
Wild in the Hollow: On Chasing Desire and Finding the Broken Way Home by Amber Haines
Wild in the Hollow’s descriptions remind me a lot of The Shack. There are not many books that I continue to think about after I put them down, but I still go back to The Shack often in my mind and I believe that Wild in the Hollow will give me a similar experience. We shall see!
The Girl On the Train by Paula Hawkins
Well I certainly missed the boat on this one, it feels like EVERYONE read it in 2015. So, its on this list solely out of peer pressure hahaha.
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
I’ve heard nothing but good things about the Raven Cycle series and the fourth book is coming out this year, so I better catch up!!