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January 2021 Recap | February 2021 TBR

Is anyone else having a hard time believing that we’re already in February? 2020 felt like it was going to drag on forever and somehow we are already entering the second month of 2021. January was a bit of a rough month personally but I did get quite a bit accomplished as a reader and television viewer.

Let’s review…

Personal Review:
~>The month started out with the unfortunate loss of my job. It’s a long story which I really can’t go into but with time I will move past it. Right now I’m just taking things one step at a time.
~>I started this blog which has been a fun creative outlet for me. I look forward to continuing it in the upcoming months and bringing all of you on the adventure.
~>I bought a new 40 inch ROKU television which is monumental considering for the past 4 years I’ve been watching TV on a 20+ year old television.
~>I’ve been writing letters again and actually using my stationary. I love the idea of brightening up someones day with a surprise letter.

Reading Review:
I read 12 books in January.
Alexander Hamilton The Dare Time Between Us Time After Time Paris Is Always A Good Idea Delirium That Boy Pandemonium Requiem That Wedding Fly Girls: How Five Women Defied All Odds and Made Aviation History Take A Hint, Dani Brown

Television Review:
I am currently halfway through Season 3 of my Will and Grace re-watch. I have also been watching nightly Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, and new episodes of Name That Tune, Supermarket Sweep, and the Weakest Link.

February TBR: Written in the Stars A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Mayhem The Worst Best Man Where The Crawdads Sing You Are A Badass The Tourist Attraction Mistletoe & Mr. Right Enjoy The View That Baby Cinderella is Dead

I can’t wait to see what February holds for all of us.

Bring it on!

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