The Bold Type is a striking name and show which tells the story of three young women in fashion endeavoring to grow their careers and social life.
I took a little break from podcasts to dive back into reading and I have finally tasted a hint of the Proust that so many people love.
I've been a bad gal. What have I been doing with my free time? Everything but reading. One thing in particular is watching a new show that I just discovered.
Something about his writing gives me the impression that these short stories were curated in a diary
I never heard of Marcel Proust until reading a very well written article which broke down the satirical mastery of Cecily von Ziegesar.
Guess what my friend, I finally did it.
Do you read books that require you to have a dictionary in reach to constantly look up new words? I do.
I've reached a point where I am so annoyed, I am stagnant with my progress.
In the last post I raved so much about the warmth that reading the book brought to me. I felt light and highly pleased with the turn of each page and I hungered for more. That hasn't changed but now the story is becoming increasingly depressing.
There is something special and lively in the way that Wharton writes, that induces a reader's imagination to envision a picturesque scene for her story.
Reading a new book ... I caved and read a bit of the back but it just had quotes of people talking about how great the book is so I still know nothing.
I have finally finished reading the book and I'm so proud of myself. I feel accomplished, or ... so I did until reading the back of the book which stated that it was a book about sex and suicide.
It's ironic that I'm writing this post on valentines day since, here I am reading a book about a woman who awakens from a stifling relationship. I'm far from being close to finishing but I already feel like I'm more opened minded just by reading the little bit that I have so far.
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The truth about blogging is it can be very taxing and difficult to do at times and too often it can take the fun away from doing something. For example YouTube vloggers often find that they're relationship with their partner is usually affected by they're need to constantly try to capture moments and put on a good show instead of actually living and being in the moment.