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September 2021 Recap | October 2021 TBR

How is it October 1st? I swear, I just wrote the August recap! This year is going by so fast which I guess is a good thing considering certain events. Also, it’s finally fall and I LOVE FALL!

Let’s recap…

Personal Recap:
-My job continues to be going very well. I really like it there and am developing a good working relationship with the people around me. It also appears that I may be able to get full time status soon.
-There were NO trips to the vet this month! First time in 2021. Of course, this month they all have appointments for rabies shots…and Bootsie is getting spayed.
-My mental health continues to be good. Both my therapist and my primary care provider commented that they can see a difference in me since I started my new job. I’m happier and more full of life. I just have to be careful not to overwork myself or I’ll be right back where I was when I was killing myself at my other job.

Reading Recap:
I read 10 out of 15 books on my September TBR. I also read 9 books not on my TBR bringing my total to 19 books for September!

Television Recap:
Once again, I haven’t been watching very much television. However, The Masked Singer is back and so is NFL football so I’ll be watching those this month. Some potential new show I’ve been looking at: The Big Leap, Our Kind of People, Legends of the Hidden Temple (please don’t kill my childhood)

October TBR:
The Dating Playbook ~ Farrah Rochon
Snowflakes Over The Star Cafe ~ Jessica Redland
When Sparks Fly ~ Helena Hunting
How To Marry Keanu Reeves In 90 Days ~ K.M. Jackson
Blue Skin Gods ~ S.J. Sindu
You Can Go Your Own Way ~ Eric Smith
The Love Hypothesis ~ Ali Hazelwood
The Ex Hex ~ Erin Sterling
People We Meet On Vacation ~ Emily Henry
The Stars and The Blackness Between Them ~ Junauda Petrus

I hope everyone has a wonderful and maybe slightly spooky October!

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