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December 2018 Book Haul

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I did so well NOT buying new books for the first half of 2018, but then something bad happened… I discovered Book Outlet.  Sure I had heard of it before, but I never allowed myself to check it out because I was scared it would be the death of my book buying self control.  I was right.  The second half of the year was a bit out of control in the book buying department.  I tried not to go too crazy buying books in December because of this.

Let’s see which books I purchased in December…

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November 2018 Wrap-Up + Book Haul

 

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Goodbye November & hello December!

I cannot believe we are already in our final month of 2018!  How the heck did this happen?!

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October 2018 Reading Wrap-Up + Book Haul

 

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Despite the fact that October was absolute chaos for me as per usual, I had a decent reading month and an even better book haul month…

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August 2018 Book Haul – The Month I Discovered Book Outlet #BookOutletHaul

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To say that August’s book haul is a bit ridiculous is an understatement.  I HAD been doing so well this year NOT buying books, but that is out the window.  Why?  August was the month I discovered Book Outlet

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See what I mean?  Continue on to see which books I hauled in August…

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August 2018 Bookish Wrap-Up

 

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Goodbye August & hello September!

I don’t know about you all, but once August  hits, my life is go-go-go until the end of October.  With my kids returning to school & fall sports, my schedule is back to chaos.  My August was a tad more busy since I decided to start the process of applying for a substitute license.  The plan is to sub two days a week this school year, then find something full time in the district next school year when my daughter starts kindergarten.   I am excited to dip my toes back into the work force after being a stay-at-home parent for the past 5 years.

With everything I had going on, I am actually pleasantly surprised that I was able to read 8 books in August.  Unfortunaly, it wasn’t a big quality reading month for me.  I don’t think I’ve ever given out so many 2 star ratings in one month before… 

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