Here we are, the end of another month – a loooooong month, if you ask me. I’ve been pretty busy and overwhelmed and as such my blog has kind of shifted to the back burner and I apologize for that. I’m hoping to work out a schedule come April so that I can balance my work, courses and blogging more effectively so *fingers crossed* things will be back to normal soon.
Anyways! March was a pretty good month in terms of favourites, so why don’t we check out what I’ve been loving this month?
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Lucius – Good Grief
I’ve been a fan of Lucius for several years now, but their new album came out this month and it is incredible! As much as I adore their first album Wildewoman, Good Grief is on a whole new level. I also had the pleasure of seeing them live for the second time on Saturday and I have to say – if you ever have the opportunity to see Lucius live…DO IT. They are some of the most amazing performers out there and you will not be disappointed. Check out Good Grief below:
Thanks to the Geek Girls x Blogger group on Facebook I was introduced to Liana’s amazing art earlier this year. I regularly check her Etsy and make mental notes of all the pretty things I want to buy myself eventually but this month she participated in the #80sXmen hashtag with this picture of Jubilee and I mean, I’m not sure I can fangirl about Liana anymore but would you LOOK AT IT?!
— Liana ✨ (@lianakangas) March 16, 2016
So…I have a confession. I started and finished Judd Apatow’s Love on Netflix in what was likely less than 24 hours. I expected to enjoy it, but I did not expect to be pulled in enough to marathon it in less than a day. It was really good and I am already kicking myself for binge-watching it because now I have to wait for season two.
Relish: My Life in the Kitchen – Lucy Knisley
I finally got around to reading Relish: My Life in the Kitchen by Lucy Knisley after hearing so many good things about it. I’ve never read a food memoir before, which for me is a bit surprising given my love of both reading and cooking, but this was such a cute and nostalgic graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. Like Lucy – I grew up cooking and baking, maybe not to the same extent but it is definitely something very prominent throughout my childhood. I felt like this book did an amazing job of reminding me of my own memories related to food while still telling a great story about her own experiences growing up surrounded by food and foodies.
Gif of the Month
All I can think about today is coffee and napping so here’s a picture of what I wish I was hooked up to at the moment.
I hope everyone had a good month, and a good Easter (or cute bunny day for those that don’t celebrate). Let me know in the comments what you’ve been loving this month!