This March wrap-up is coming to you a day late because, I’ll be honest, I haven’t felt very motivated to blog recently. Three weeks ago all Dutch schools closed and I have been working/teaching from home since. Though I am grateful to have something to do, and the creative solutions for keeping in touch with my students are very interesting to learn about, the work is also quite taxing, and —perhaps more importantly— all on my computer. After a day of sitting at my desk and working on my laptop, I don’t want to spend my free time sitting at my desk and working on my laptop as well.
Rather than stress about this too much, and feel very inferior to everyone on my Instagram feed who seems to spend their quarantine being super productive, I have decided to take it easy and only blog when I feel like it. So when you see my uploading frequency go down in the upcoming weeks, don’t worry about me. I’m probably just filling my free time painting, folding paper cranes, listening to audiobooks and lying lazily on the sofa.
Now let’s get to what you are really here for: a list of my favourite blog posts of the month!
On Susan Pevensie | You did our girl wrong, C.S. Lewis by Shruti @ This Is Lit
Why did Snow White Eat The Poisoned Apple? by Briana @ Pages Unbound
Why I won’t stop blogging by Lindsey @ A Rambling Reviewer
10 most inspiring book heroines and the lessons they taught me by Mina @ Stacked Reviews
Please Stop Commenting On How “Much” I Read by Isabelle @ Nine Tale Vixen
Dear LONGBOURN by Jo Baker: An unconventional companion to Pride and Prejudice by Holly @ Nut Free Nerd
Architecture in Literature | How to Analyze World Building in Fantasy Books by Divine @ R E A (D) I V I N E
Not It’s Not YA by Orangutang Librarian
My Tips for Reading BIG Books by Zoë @ Reading By The Moonlight
I hope that you and your loved ones are doing well! ❤ If you’ve uploaded anything this month that you’re particularly pleased with, feel free to leave a comment below and I will have a look.