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Layla by Colleen Hoover Book Review

My Reasons For Reading This Book As I have mentioned in past book reviews, I follow  The Readheads Book Club . This is a podcast book club where a different book is chosen each month. At the time of writing this we are reading book 14 of the year. The chosen book was Layla by Colleen Hoover . Like most of the hosts of the book club I had not read any of Colleen Hoover's books. With this being the first time I am reading one of her books, I set no expectations and went into it with an open mind. Before I started reading the book I only knew the title and a brief description that was given in the podcast.  Content of the Book This book follows the intriguing story of Leeds and Layla's life after their meeting at her sister's wedding. Layla and Leeds' lives are forever changed after an unexpected attack. The attack leaves Layla with mental and emotions scarring, she is not the same woman Leeds fell in love with months before. In an effort to mend their relationship, Leeds

New Year Bullet Journal Set Up

As someone who is going on three years of bullet journaling, I think I have the hang of how I like to set up a new journal each year. Over the years I have learned how I like my journal to be organized, what I use and do not use, and how much I can handle tracking before it becomes too much. With the things that I have learned, I have come up with a set of spreads that I find to be necessary to add to a bullet journal from the beginning. I would like to start by saying that the joy and creativity of bullet journaling is that it is meant to fit your needs and wants so, what I share here is meant as inspiration and it not meant as a guide to what exactly you have to do in your bullet journal. The order in which I share each spread is the order in which they are organized within my bullet journal. I have them ordered this way because the spreads that I access everyday are at the front of the bullet journal, then the middle is weekly spreads, and at the end is the spreads that I only acces