When I saw that this Monday’s post would fall on July 31st, I decided it would be the perfect chance to do a recap of my month as far as books, my blog, and my real life go. I’ve always liked to do recaps like this, so I’m excited to begin!
Summer can be my favorite and least favorite time of the year all at once. I don’t have school, and I can do fun things with my friends whenever I want, but I also get bored easily and find myself wasting time or being lazy.
It’s sometimes difficult to think of things to keep busy with, so today I will be sharing seven book-related activities you can do this summer! 🙂
In fact, it’s been summer for a while now. I love summer, and not just because we don’t have school. 😉 The best part about it is that I have countless hours to just do whatever I want.
I always set high expectations for summer and any other breaks from school. And I don’t always meet these expectations (even though I always tell myself this time I will). And this time, I really am going to try succeed. Today I will be sharing my tips for having a summer where you walk away feeling relaxed and energized instead of looking back and thinking, why did I waste so much time.
Hello there! As you can tell by the title of this post, it is award time. 😉 In the past few weeks, I was nominated for both the Unique Blogger Award (by Lilah) and the Blogger Recognition Award (by Cynthia). Thank you very much, Lilah and Cynthia! I can’t wait to do these awards, so let’s dive right in.
Hello everyone! I hope you’re all having a great day- and can you believe it’s already been April for over a week?! This year has been going by so quickly.
Welcome to the first episode of Purely Olivia’s newest series: Reinvented. I’ve been piecing this together in my mind for a while now, so I’m really looking forward to finally doing it. Reinvented is going to be when I randomly find a post from my old blog and then reinvent it create a new post! For example, if the old post talks about a library trip I took, the new post could be reasons I love libraries. Make sense?
For today’s post, I’m taking this old post about inspiration and changing it up to talk about how I find inspiration! You can feel free to read the post from my old blog, but I assure you that it’s horrific and I got embarrassed just skimming it.
If you have been a reader of my blog since Writer’s Digest, then you may remember my first room tour. In that post, I showed the difference between my room before and after I redecorated it. Today I’ll be going more in depth, not to mention that I’ve changed a few things since then.
Reading nooks are easy to make, fun to use, and necessary for survival. 🙂 A few months ago my friend Anna and I created one in my closet, and I love it! Today’s post is going to be a tutorial of how to make a reading nook and, at the end, photographs of mine. Let’s get started!
Here is a list of everything you need to make a successful nook. 😉 Feel free to add or subtract items as you please!