Sunday Post #23 – Pre-birthday haul!

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba, the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This way, I can tell you a little about my week and sum up what happened on the blog and everything else that I find interesting.


This week on the blog

Next week on the blog

  • Book statistics January 2016
  • Happy Birthday To Me
  • Review: De Passievrucht by Karel Glastra van Loon

Personal

Agh! I Never got to finish my book stats (/wrap-up) post for January, so that will be coming up next week. Other things coming up next week; my birthday! I’ve already gotten presents from my parents when I was in the Netherlands last weekend. However, the boyfriend still has some presents waiting for me (if they arrive on time). From my parents, I got a sewing machine! Now to learn how to actually make stuff.

I also received a Hard Rock Cafe pin from Bali (where my sister was), a nice comfy blanket, and four books (see below). All in all, a pretty awesome birthday haul so far!

Apart from that though, not much happened last week, it was pretty quiet. Have a great week!


Book-related

new books:

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books finished:


Around the Blogosphere (and such)

  • Jen Campbell talks about how to use bookshops in her latest video. I’m not sure if there are actually people following my blog that don’t know this, but for those that do get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of books. Watch this video!

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    1. I’ve still got a bunch to learn when it comes to sewing. Like, how to make straight lines and how to do any of it 😉 I’ll start small and see how it goes from there. Hopefully you’ll get to live your dream someday!

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  1. Happy birthday! I was given a sewing machine a few years ago, and it’s really hard to learn without actual lessons. I never followed through with it and it’s now sitting unused in the basement. If you can find a local sewing machine place, most of them offer lessons for reasonable prices and it’s well worth it (I really need to do this myself!).

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    1. Haha, I totally do this too! Give people advise I should be following myself. I’ll have to see how to goes on my own first, since I live no where near a big city that would offer this. Though I suppose I could ask my mom a thing or two: she used to sew some of my clothes when I was little

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