It’s the last day of August (I can’t believe it) and it’s time for my August favorites post!
As I’m writing this, I’m sitting in a Starbucks drinking a decaf Americano, on my way to Seattle. It’s my first time in Washington and as we’re living in British Columbia, we’re taking advantage and exploring all the places we can out west! I’m looking forward to a weekend in Seattle exploring the city, trying new vegetarian restaurants and camping at Olympic National Park. Is there anything we need to do or see? Let me know!
As we’re getting ready to explore the city, I’ll leave you with my August favorites.
This month, I was ambitious and read 2 books. This feels like an accomplishment, considering that I read slowly.
The first book I read was Then She was Gone by Lisa Jewells. It was the best book I read so far this year, which explains why I finished it in only a few days (something rare for me lately with my busy schedule). It’s a thriller and trust me, once you start reading, you can’t stop until you get to the last page. It’s well written and surprises you with twists every few chapters. Get this book and read it as soon as possible. Trust me, you won’t regret it.
Once I finished the book, I went straight back to Harry Potter (obviously). I started the series again a few months ago and it reminded me once again why I love it so much. So I now finished book three. Also, have you seen the new covers for the books? I love it!
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I wrote this post on Instagram earlier this month about self-esteem and the comments that were said to me growing up. If you get the chance, you can read it here.
I was overwhelmed with everyone’s comments. So many of you can relate, which of course is not a good thing. All that to say thank you for sharing your stories with me.
Also, the wildfire smoke in British Columbia was not my favorite part of August.
Recipes to Try
This white kitchen is making me excited to buy a house (I’m not sure when that will be, but I’m looking forward to it!). All I want is a bright, white kitchen with lots of natural light, storage and counter space.
This post on adding more relaxation to your life. I need this.
It’s back to school and I recently shared my favorite lunchbox recipes from the blog. You can read the post here for some healthy and delicious ideas! What are your favorite lunchbox recipes?
We added a new feature to the blog – You can now rate the recipes with a star system! I would love to know what you think of the recipes, so next time you try one, consider leaving a rating or a review! I always love hearing from you guys.
So many of you have made this recipe already, I love it!
This post marks one year since I started these monthly favorites posts. Now I want to hear from you: Do you want to keep seeing these posts or is it time for a change? If so, what would you like to see? More recipes, personal posts, some photography posts, nutrition posts? Or should I keep doing these regular favorites posts? Please let me know so I can offer you content that you love!
Thank you for reading my little monthly posts. 🙂