One of the best parts of December is looking back at the year (2018 edition, 2019 edition), but mostly at the books I read over the course of the year. When it comes to 2020, looking back at the books I've read this year is much more enjoyable than looking back at the weird year … Continue reading A BookishlyBright Year In Review
While I was tempted to not look back at the weirdness that was 2019, I decided that in order to fully embrace 2020, I needed to reconcile the good with the bad in order to remind myself that life is full of complexities.
2018 was a phenomenal year. I finished my junior year of college, spent the summer in beautiful Maine, started my senior year of undergrad, visited Washington D.C., attended the National Book Festival for the second year in a row, visited Boston, and ended 2018 by rereading the Harry Potter Series in the month of December. I've highlighted some of my literary happenings!