Cleaning out…

Currently, I’m sitting on the floor of my library and trying and failing at sorting my bookish stuff.

Before, I was very hesitant to use a lot of stuff because I kept thinking ‘what if I’m going to need it for a picture someday?’

It turns out, I don’t even know what I own anymore. Like, I don’t want to throw out stuff because I might need it for that day I’m finally going to take up scrapbooking. Or for that bullet journal I keep dreaming about.

And I know that technically this post is just me procrastinating, but let’s say it was for a good reason 😀

What’s been up? I’ve gotten some boxes but I haven’t really been feeling uo to unboxing them. Which is a shame for all the great boxes that you could be buying. Trust me, though. There are a lot of grwat unboxings out there.

Maybe my slump is just an annual thing. I think it was last year I struggled to bookstagram and blog as well.

Oh well.

I should probably get back to cleaning out now. But let me leave you with my february boxes.

I haven’t really been feeling it…

YESTERDAY was April 1st, and my chosen April’s Fools was to exclaim that I’m giving up books.

Obviously, nobody believed that.

What really gets me, though… Is that I haven’t been feeling that itch lately.

No, not the gross itch, but that feeling… You know… The one which usually makes me wake up early in the night on pay day, just to check out on several book orders I’ve been collecting in my basket on amazon, awesomebooks and several bookbox sites.

And that is concerning for me. I don’t even want to take pictures or blog. Like, I want to have it done, but the excitement for unboxings or bookstagram has been partly ruined.

So what’s a girl to do?

My plan is to upload small posts on here, explaining how I’m doing so far, and hopefully, the greatness will come back.

So what update do I have for you today?

I’m reading Outwalkers by Fiona Shaw, which was the chosen book for the February bookboxclub. It’s a sort of dark dystopia which is really good, byt also affects me a lot.

What are you reading?