me time · Self-Care

3 Tips To Practice Self-Care Without Feeling Guilty

There's no denying that Americans lead some of the most hectic lifestyles—it seems as if we always find ourselves with another event to attend and another task to complete. Which is why so often we tell ourselves I don't have time to take a break. We’re here to remind you that you do have time.… Continue reading 3 Tips To Practice Self-Care Without Feeling Guilty

Books

5 Reasons Pets Make The Best Reading Companions

Pets have long-inspired some of the most famous authors, so it’s no surprise they make great reading companions. Charles Dickens had a pet raven named Grip, Lord Byron had a bear (yes, really), and Hemingway had a six-toed kitten named Snow White. While we’re not sure about nuzzling with a bear between chapters, dogs and… Continue reading 5 Reasons Pets Make The Best Reading Companions

Books

7 Of The Best Jobs For Bookworms

As a full-fledged reader, we love working in books! And although sometimes it may seem like the book industry is dying, it's really the opposite. Books are thriving and there are dozens of bookish-based jobs out there for bookworms. Here are 7 of the best jobs for literature lovers: 1) Librarian What could be better… Continue reading 7 Of The Best Jobs For Bookworms

authors · Books

7 Discussion Questions To Get You Thinking About Meg Wolitzer’s The Female Persuasion

Just released April 3, Meg Wolitzer’s new novel, The Female Persuasion, has already received a ton of praise. Vogue calls the book “ultra-readable,” while the NYT Book Review boasts that Wolitzer is a “capable creator of human identities that are as real as the type on this page." In fact, the novel speaks to the… Continue reading 7 Discussion Questions To Get You Thinking About Meg Wolitzer’s The Female Persuasion

Self-Care

5 Tips To Reduce Stress And Relax

Since 1992, April has been designated as stress awareness month. Stress can, potentially, take a drastic toll on the body. Chronic stress can lead to more serious health risks, like high blood pressure, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. That’s why taking a little “me time” is so valuable. We’ve rounded up five simple ways you can… Continue reading 5 Tips To Reduce Stress And Relax

Seasons

6 Easy Ways to Think Spring (Even if It’s Still Freezing Outside)

It’s spring, yay! Except, if you live in a state like mine, the fact that it’s spring has meant basically, well, nothing. The weather is still dreary, there are no signs of life outside our windows, and we are slugging through snow and freezing weather still.  We are tired. And so, so cold.  We’re almost… Continue reading 6 Easy Ways to Think Spring (Even if It’s Still Freezing Outside)

Books

5 Books We’re Excited To Read In April

There’s something about Spring that gets us excited about reading. Maybe it’s just the promise of warmer weather and the return of sunshine. Whatever the case, we’re anxiously awaiting the arrival of several books in the upcoming months. Did you see our post last week? Oh, and these 2018 books based on your zodiac sign!… Continue reading 5 Books We’re Excited To Read In April

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5 Easy Tips To Have You Bookstagram-ing Like A Pro

If you’re on Instagram, then you’re probably familiar with the popular bookish hashtag, bookstagram. #Bookstagram is simply an easy way for readers on Instagram to denote a book-related photo, and an easy way for followers to find a collective group of photos they’re interested in.  Want to start your very own #bookstagram account? Here are… Continue reading 5 Easy Tips To Have You Bookstagram-ing Like A Pro