I wrote this post two weeks ago at the end of November, but forgot to post is. So, Surprise!
At the end of every month I list all my favorites of the month (I haven’t done this for like 4 months, but thought it would be fun to bring this theme back!). It’s just a fun way to share all the new things I’ve discovered this month.
Here are my favorites for November:
Let’s start with some music. I’ve had this song on repeat for the past month. I’ve always been a big musical fan and will be going to this movie as soon as I can! Do you know which song I’m talking about yet? It’s This Is Me from the Greatest Showman. The lyrics are truly brilliant and the music is absolutely beautiful!
Most of you probably know I just finished my Master in Book and Digital Media Studies. I’ve always loved to read and although I haven’t been reading a lot lately, I do want to include a book that I always keep on my nightstand. It’s a book my sister gave to me a while ago. It’s F in Exams: The Big Book of Test Paper Blunders by Richard Benson. You can just open it up on a random page and enjoy the genius answers students have written down on their exams.
List two ways Pride and Prejudice can be read.
1. Sitting down, book on lap.
2. Lying down.
They aren’t wrong!
Who doesn’t love food? This November I’ve been making some pretty amazing French Toast if I may say so myself. It’s easy and delicious! If you’ve never had French Toast before, you should really try it!
To be honest, I don’t really go to museums, like at all. But I do love art. I just don’t like walking around in museums for hours. So this month, I want to share some art you can find outside. I’m talking about the art pieces created by Banksy of course. They send some pretty intense messages.
We all need to have a good laugh at times, right? So, here is my favorite joke for November. It’s this really bad pun!
A friend of mine tried to annoy me with bird puns, but I soon realized that toucan play at that game.
Oh, come on! You loved it!
Okay, maybe that joke was lame, but this quote will definitely inspire you.
Remember no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
– Eleanor Roosevelt
The last thing I would like to share is my favorite post written in November. The best way to improve your own writing is by learning from others. I try to read as many posts from other bloggers as I can. This month my eye fell on this masterpiece. Trust me, you have to read Things not to tell an Art Historian… by AudreyRose! I can truly relate.
Have a nice Saturday.