#AMonthofFaves : The 2018 Favorites Edition

MON. | Dec. 3

For the month of December, I’m joining hosts  Girlxoxo, Traveling with T andEstella’s Revenge for their annual #AMonthofFaves blog event – a fun way to recap the year that was. They have every day of the event (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) planned out, and you can join in anytime. Click here for more details.

#AMonthofFaves : The 2018 Favorites Edition

It’s always fun to look back over the past year and reflect on some of my favorite things. This is a partial “Best Of” list for 2018.

Favorite Books

The Dream Daughter / Beartown / Providence

Favorite Author Events

Marthe Cohn / Kevin Kwan / Sally Field / Caroline Kepnes /Literary Orange

Favorite Shows

You / Bosch / Oak Island

Favorite Movies

Oceans 8 / Crazy Rich Asians / Instant Family

Favorite Meal

Easter Brunch at The Apple Farm, San Luis Obispo

Favorite City Visited

Dallas, Texas

Favorite Purchases (Under $25)

Letterboard

Oil diffuser / P&J Essential Oils

Minimalism Art Dotted Journal

Huhuhero FinePoint Pens

F*ck Off I’m Reading socks

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QOTD: What’s the best bookish gift you’ve received?


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19 comments

  1. I didn’t love Beartown (which saddened me as I love Backman’s other books) but I LOVED Us Against You, Beartown’s sequel. And we hardly ever see movies but actually got to see Crazy Rich Asians and I loved it. I think I might have like it better than the book — gasp.

    The best bookish gift I received this year was a pair of bookworm socks from my best friend for my birthday. They are hilarious and awesome!

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  2. Love, love this post! I’m about some oil diffusing this year, and I really need to get myself a letter board. And I still haven’t seen Crazy Rich Asians! I don’t even know how that’s a thing.

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  3. OMG I LOVED THE DREAM DAUGHTER
    My mom read it first and raved about it so much that I had to read it. It would be a great book club pick, because we both had so much to talk about. Mainly what we thought the characters SHOULDN’T have done. One thing though… who forgets about 9/11????

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