It-it’s that last day of 2021 tomorrow?! Nope. Nope. Nope. My calendar must’ve been glitchy.
No. No way. It can’t be. No. *realization hits me in the face*
Impossible. Less than two days until… 2022?! Am I dreaming? *checks watch* *checks calendar* *checks any possible thing with the date on it*
Where has the year gone? I can’t believe that a new year is going to begin…
Welp. May as well begin with my new year’s resolutions.
I need to see what I’ve accomplished from last year’s new year’s resolutions!
Read 100 books. Okay, so currently on Goodreads, it says that I’ve read 70 something books. Buuut, I have a feeling that I’ve read more than that, since I just joined Goodreads in August. So, I count this resolution as…
*applause* Thank you, thank you. Now. Onto the next one!
Drink more water. *crickets chirping* Erm. Heh. Let’s just say I tried. I mean, I was doing okay… then I stopped. 😳
More exercise. Okay, this was definitely accomplished! 👌
Try to stay more organized. I mean, it isn’t as bad as before…? 🤷♀️
Grow a little taller. ✅
Learn something new. Yezzzzzz. I learned the violin 🎻, cross-country 🏃♀️, and more! *pats myself on the back*
Stay healthy. I am relieved to say that I have also kept my healthy body.
Okay, time for the resolutions for 2022!
*sigh* Drink more water. Again. 💦
Open up more (less shy)
Try 10 new foods 😋
Publish another book! 📖
Eat more spinach bruh that’s so random
That’s it for now, my flowers! what are your new year’s resolutions? Ta-ta! 👋
Today is Christmas! What are you all doing for Christmas this year? Tell me in the comments! Today, I spent time with my family, rode my bike with my sister in the driveway, and ate DEE-LOO-CIOUS food. I mean, food is like, top priority here, guys. 😋
Hey there! Today, I bring you a bookish post! Let’s get started!
1. The Double Life of Danny Day by Mike Thayer
Danny Day lives every day twice! For him, the first time, a “discard day” is more like a practice round. It’s the round that no one besides him will remember. The “sticky day” on the other hand, is the final one, where it stays in everyone’s memory.
2. Brother’s Keeper by Julie Lee
North Korea and South Korea are at war, and Sora’s family is planning to escape. That, and enduring frostbite, avoiding guards, enemy soldiers, and more.
3. Daughter of the Deep by Rick Riordan
Ana Dakkar is a student at Harding-Pencroft Academy. But then a tragedy occurs, and Ana learns that HP and a rival school at been at war for years. Ana and her new friends and make amazing discoveries on her journey.
That’s all that I’ve got for now! What are some of the books that you guys are reading? Let me know in the comments!