In Review: May 2019


In Review posts are a chance for me to catch my breath, note that I am actually making progress towards my reading goals, and give each month’s blog posts a little extra love.

This month I officially finished moving into my new home in Minneapolis, thus ending my Extremely Tiring Housing Saga of the past three months. I love it here and I’m so happy my wife and I decided to take the plunge, but let me tell you, I hope we never have to move again. When you have chronic illness, moving is even more punishing than it normally is, and I’ve been sick as a dog for the past two weeks as a result. I just might die in this condo rather than pack up and move again. Let’s see what the next 50-70 years brings, shall we?

But for now, let’s focus on the past 31 days. Here’s my May 2019 in review! In short, not as much reading and blogging as I would have liked, but still a heck of a lot more than I expected from such a hectic month.

I read 3 books this month:

  • The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang (Goodreads)
  • Incendiary Girls by Kodi Scheer (Goodreads)
  • Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson (Goodreads)

I reviewed 3 books this month:

I borrowed, bought, and received 12 books this month:

I wrote these things this month:

Other content I loved this month:

And most of all, this video of elementary school kids losing their marbles to a surprise performance of “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X:

I have read 15 books so far in 2019!


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