2021 Reading Goals

A new year means starting new reading goals! All three of us have several reading goals for 2021. They will be listed below so that you can see what we’re trying to achieve this year. We understand that our reading goals may not be realistic for everyone and you shouldn’t feel bad if your goals areContinue reading “2021 Reading Goals”

Self-Care: What Is It All About?

As 2021 begins, we thought it would be a good idea to share some self-care ideas with everyone. The holidays just ended and we’re all struggling with COVID-19, so taking some time for yourself is always a good idea. These ideas are based on how we take care of ourselves and our mental health duringContinue reading “Self-Care: What Is It All About?”

November 2020 Wrap-Up

Can someone please explain to us how it is already December? What happened to this year?! It’s been a busy November (like most months), but the year is almost over! We do hope you had a great November and got a lot of reading done! What is your favorite winter activity? We all enjoy stayingContinue reading “November 2020 Wrap-Up”

Winter Themed YA Recommendations

Winter is fast approaching in the Northern Hemisphere. We thought it would be fun to provide you all with some winter themed YA recommendations. All of the recommendations have been read by one of the three of us. Starting tomorrow, December 1, we will be reading Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares for our bookContinue reading “Winter Themed YA Recommendations”

October 2020 Wrap-Up

Happy November! Can you believe that there are only two months left in 2020?! We’re only seven days into the new month and already we feel like it’s December 1st. It’s been a world win of a week for us. Rachael was a poll worker for the United States election on Tuesday, November 3rd. ForContinue reading “October 2020 Wrap-Up”

Reading Comprehension Struggles as an Adult

Good afternoon, all! How was your weekend? Did you get a lot of reading done? I wanted to post something different this week. Most of my family and friends may already be familiar with my lifelong struggles with reading comprehension, but not you guys. The first time that I distinctly remember failing a test becauseContinue reading “Reading Comprehension Struggles as an Adult”

Tips for Overcoming a Reading Slump

Have you ever hit a reading slump and not known what to do? We’ve all been there, and we’ve got some tips to help you overcome your reading slump. Please understand that these tips may not work for everyone. If one doesn’t work for you, try another. If none of them work for you, checkContinue reading “Tips for Overcoming a Reading Slump”

How to Maximize Your Reading Time

Near the end of each month, you probably begin to see several wrap-up posts from people within the bookish community. In these wrap-up posts, an individual shares all the books that he or she has read for a particular month. Have you ever wondered how someone is able to read so many books in aContinue reading “How to Maximize Your Reading Time”

July 2020 Wrap-Up

July was a great month for reading! We all participated in The Reading Rush this year. Be sure to check out our wrap-up for The Reading Rush if you’d like to see what we read. We hope to participate again next year! The chart below has a breakdown of our reading for this month. DanielleContinue reading “July 2020 Wrap-Up”

Engaging Children in Reading

Children should be immersed in reading. Not only should children be reading daily, but they also need to be interacting with the content that they have read. With most school districts now closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 academic school year, many of you may have started working with your child on his orContinue reading “Engaging Children in Reading”

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