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Happy new year!
Happy new year!
May 2019 be the best year so far and with a lot of good books and family time.
Hello people! This last year I wanted to do more and read more. As a first-time mum, I lived thinking I was going to have time for everything and being a superwoman. Did not work. Not feeling the guilt. At the beginning of the year, I set the standards high. Have only completed one challenge. This year, however, have set goals month by month and let's see if they are manageable. Going to try to write once a week at least with at least one weekly review. If the first-month works, I will try to increase. Again, I am a working mum, a woman, a mum, a wife... so many things... I am still adjusting and adapting. My first goal of all will be to use my time better :) In a month I will let you know what I have accomplished. For now, still closed for holidays, going to meet family in the first few days of January and then I will restart! Have fun and a wonderful 2019 The Book Worm
Some changes at my place to improve (love decoration and DIY) and several books read already. Not a fan of quantity. I love to feel good about the books I read whether they are classics or excellent chic lit.
I include in this list also the ones I read with my toddler. Reading is a fantastic habit and studies prove that helps the brain development if you start at a young age.
Later during this month, I am publishing some reviews divided between "Adult reads" and "Children books".
Here is the list (feel free to get inspired or telling me why you do not like some book). Let us open the conversation!
January books for adults 1. Ser super mãe e uma treta, Susana Almeida
2. Don’ts for wives, Blanche ebbutte
3. The whole brain child, Daniel j. Siegel
4. Bizarre London: discover the capital’s secrets surprises, David long
5. The little Brooklyn bakery, Julie Caplin (ebook)
6. The little book of hyggee: danish secrets to happy living, m…