Trying out new hobbies! 3 mini-book reviews

I love trying out new hobbies! Maybe I'm not super talented at crafty things, but I always give it try. I think it's really rewarding when you make something with your own hands, from scratch! That's why I'm mostly attracted to creative, artsy activities, they make me feel like I accomplish things in my free time. Also, as bookworm, the first thing I do when I want to get into a new hobby is getting a book. Forget all those free sources on the internet, I want to BUY books, and supplies and maybe join a club... before even learning to do the thing. Well, while I was surfing Netgalley some weeks ago I noticed that I could request crafts books to review! And I thought 'Well, I already have a million hobbies and almost no time for them..." And then immediately ignored myself and got 3 books with activities I wanted to try.

Lettering with Purpose: Creative techniques and prompts for making meaningful, inspirational hand-lettered art

by Brittany Luiz

The first book I got was Lettering with Purpose, by Brittany Luiz. This one was by far my favorite of the 3! I got it because I had been seeing a lot of beautiful bullet journal pictures on Instagram with GORGEOUS titles, and whenever I tried to make my journal pretty... well, I had to cover the evidence of my failures with washi tape. I also wanted to learn hand-lettered art to add quotes to my watercolors, so all these things convinced to try it out.

Owlcrate & Owlcrate Jr August 2017 Unboxing

It's time to open book subscription boxes! This post includes my Owlcrate & Owlcrate Jr August 2017 Unboxing. I got both of these boxes for free so I could post pictures and review them. All opinions are my own :) Owlcrate August 2017 Unboxing Owlcrate is a Young Adult subscription box that sends you a hardcover book and 3-5…


I found the perfect way to write a blog post while also procrastinating most of my morning. Yay for beating Mondays! What did I do? Oh, just made a list of my favorite webcomics, and the ones I've been meaning to read, and spent some hours going through their websites. So, if you guys would…