Hello, it is the officially the month of May and I am feeling overtired, stressed and have a lot to be dealing with regarding my Masters and work. However, I am determined and I will get there!
This post instead of a “favourites” post I just wanted to talk about things I have been enjoying and believe they deserve some appreciation! So I have broken them down into categories…
Firstly this one is absolutely amazing, and I really enjoyed watching this and I love TED TALKS and all this kind of stuff haha. I just find it so interesting. I definitely recommend you watching this because it is fab!
I love the fact he states a quote that says “some of us wouldn’t have fallen in love if we weren’t aware there was such a thing”. Honestly like so interesting. He also goes on to talk about how “love” is very society driven and I feel that.
This is another one I have watched a billion times and still love it! It is a poem but it is honestly one of my favourites and I am not a massive poem person (sorry guys). But this gal has a few talks that are amazing, and I recommend watching her other ones.
This is another one from her and you need to watch this one because it’s great! She talks with her friend and I think her talks are just so inspiring and I love watching them. Trust me I have watched them so much, and they definitely inspire me when I need it the most.
If you watch any of them let me know what you think in the comments! 🙂
There are two books for this month that I wanna talk about, and I am gonna be completely honest with these reviews. If you want to read what the books are about I will link them down the bottom (no ad or affiliate I will just link so I don’t have to write the blurb out haha).
“Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine”…
Firstly this book was highly recommended and I was very late to the train for reading this one haha. But I was intrigued and wanted to see what the fuss was about. I began reading it and to be honest I was not getting into it, but I thought I would continue to see if it gets any better… yes it does. I was then gripped and finished the book and thought it was such a wonderful book. Therefore I do recommend given it a read if you haven’t despite the slow start for me personally.
“The Tattooist of Auschwitz”…
This book was so eye-opening and brilliant, and literally had me from start to finish. It is emotional and hard to read but I think it is so important to read about our history and to acknowledge it and respect it. I personally have had the opportunity to go to Poland and visit the different camps, museums and speak to a survivor. It was an experience I will never forget, and I recommend going to Poland just as much as you should read this book.
Do you have any books you recommend?
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How was April for you guys? Do you have any favourites for the month?
(Books I mentioned):