5 Fitness Tips to Starting and Sticking With It

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Making the decision to become fit is a hard one to make and an even harder one to stick to. Sometimes, it seems impossible to get on track and just stay there. Well, I've compiled a few of my most effective tips for the journey. These are tips I frequently fall back on and they keep me afloat. I hope they can be your life boat too.

1. Clean out yo fridge!
The death of any healthy eating plan is the forgotten package of cookies and the stash of Halloween candy found deep in a pantry when a sweet craving hits. The ideal solution? Don't even have these killers in the house. But situations are rarely ideal, and so I suggest cleaning out your fridge and pantry and only leaving a few goodies behind. I know it's not realistic to have a refrigerator full of nothing but fruits and vegetables, but having plenty of them on hand gives you an alternative healthier snack for those late night cravings. The less of the sugary stuff around, the less you'll eat. And if suddenly you have to have that cupcake, you'll just have to walk out to your local coffee shop to get it (bonus points for extra cardio!). If you live with others and can't just toss those goodies, reorganize your cupboards, putting them in a place that's too high to reach easily or that you normally wouldn't look for them. Out of sight, out of mind, right?  
You know what they say. If it tastes too good to be true, it probably is. Well, that's not exactly the saying but you get the point.    

2. Water, water everywhere & every drop to drink. 
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My excuse for not drinking water use to be because I hate tap water (Seriously, I can taste the difference) and bottled water is too expensive. I now purchase my bottled water by the liter from Trader Joe's at $0.69 per bottle. And the aversion to tap water isn't a reason anymore either as Brita filters convert yucky sewer water (Ok, I'm overdoing it) into crystal clear drinking water. Drinking water may possibly be the tip on this list that is the simplest and yields the most benefits. Other tips may keep you motivated and help you avoid the occasional slip up, but water can make or break your fitness journey. I kid you not. Not only are you not "drinking your calories" and suppressing your appetite, but you are also supplying your body with the nutrients it needs as 70% of your body mass is made up of H20.    
Click here to read about some major results of simply drinking water daily.    

3. Become a bag lady. Carrying little snacks with you is doing yourself a huge favor. Sure, you risk looking like a crazy bag lady, pulling things out of your purse that don't seem to belong. But ultimately, walking around with that extra large bottle of water or random fruits can be a lifesaver. Instead of buying a quick and usually unhealthy snack from the bodega on your afternoon break, pull out that emergency orange and relish in the fact that you've made a much better decision. One of the best snacks to carry along is a bag of almonds as almonds do an excellent job of curbing your appetite (Read more about the benefits of almonds here).

4. Be a regular. Choose something active to do and attend it weekly. Every Saturday morning, I rush off to a Zumba class at my local gym. Dancing around to salsa music for nearly an hour doesn't seem like a dread-worthy activity, does it? That's because it's not! I look forward to it every week and so I rarely miss the class. And it can burn upwards of 600 calories in a 50-minute session! What are you waiting for? Find a Zumba class in your neighborhood or seek out a weekly, calming yoga class. Alternatively, your regular activity doesn't have to be something in a gym. Going for a walk one night a week, bike riding through the park on Sunday afternoons or taking a hike counts too.

5. Reward yourself, but not with food - you're not a dog. 
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While I was active in the fitness tumblr community (by active, I mean posting multiple times a day as opposed to my lurking and sporadic posting these days), this was a quote that popped up frequently. Only dogs get treats for tricks. As women (or men!), we deserve something for a "job well done", but when your goal is fitness, there are better options than a pint of chocolate chip cookie dough. Because my fitness goals are based on actual numbers on the scale as I am aiming to shed the extra weight, I gift myself a little something for every few pounds lost. Here are some wonderful ideas for rewards: go shopping for a new pair of heels, take a long luxurious bubble bath, pick up a calorie counter watch, splurge on that LORAC blusher you've been eyeing, treat yourself to a massage or a spa day, foot the expense of a teeth whitening session  - hell, even a brave the pain of a commemorative tattoo if you're daring enough!

Got any tips? Leave them below!

VMAs 2013: Might Sound Crazy, But It Ain't No Lie...

Monday, August 26, 2013

It's been years since I've actually watched the VMAs in real time. Years. But seeing as I have so much free time on my hands these days, I tuned in last night at 9pm while I finished cooking dinner. Although I'm convinced that the VMA performances of the past few years are subpar compared to those of 10 years ago, here are some of my highlights from last night's awards.

Lady Gaga's Opening Performance. Judging from what I'm reading on social networking sites and other blogs, I may be a minority of one but I actually liked Lady Gaga opening the show and I enjoyed her performance. This could be because I adore her new song, Applause, but I saw it as a creative, upbeat performance, I liked her homage to her past album covers and I thought it was just riskay enough for Lady Gaga standards without being too over the top and raunchy (see Miley Cyrus' performance). She began in a strange outfit that reminded me a nun's habit with a white rectangle framing her face. It freaked me out a little bit, but it would've been Lady Gaga without some fantastic head gear. Gaga transitioned from costume to costume rather seamlessly and did most of it right on stage which I thought was interesting (costume changes are usually portrayed as "showbiz magic" or something happening behind the scenes).

Kanye's Blacked-Out Performance. The best way I can describe this is perfect. I thought it was a phenomenal performance for a few reasons and even rewound to watch it again. I have to admit that I loved it before it started because he was introduced by Jared Leto, lead singer of one of my favorite bands, 30 Seconds to Mars. But I also loved the messages within the somewhat dark performance. Although Kevin Hart commented that the blacked-out performance served to remind everyone that Kanye "is a god" as his song "I Am a God" would suggest, I saw a much humbler message as well.

Kanye began the song simply with a very dim, soft light illuminating his face as he sang for the first minute. As the beat drops, the lighting shifts and although we can only see 'Ye's shadowed figure, a large photo of New Orleans "lynching trees" shines bright in the background. I found this scene to be very fitting for 'Ye's hit "Blood On The Leaves." The song features a sample of Nina's Simone's cover of "Strange Fruit", a song which comments on the state of slavery and lynchings that occurred in the south.  In my opinion, the staging of this performance suggested that this performance was not about the artist but rather the song's message - nothing matters except for the vocals and the image. It highlighted 'Ye's movements and as he bounced around the stage in a manner that resembled a "praise dance" of sorts, I felt his emotion, his spirit if you will. He's probably the only artist that could've pulled of such a performance and I loved it. I thought it was the perfect way to perform that track and it may have been my favorite performance of the night.

Justin Timberlake's 15 minute Video Vanguard Award Performance. JT gave me just what I needed - a dose of those huge late-90s/early-2000s productions, those mega-performances from years past. Reminiscent of the skits that use to accompany performances, he entered from backstage with a pose of dancers surrounding him. JT highlighted some of his major hits as an artist, playing the piano for his song Senorita, and  dancing his way through a fan favorites, Like I Love You & My Love. Fast-forward to 9:05 for the best part!

One word, *NSYNC! I had heard rumors that they would be reuniting on stage and so part of my intent in watching JT's performance was in anticipation of the moment those 5 guys would line up. And when it happened, I reverted back to a 12 year-old, crazed fan and curled up on my couch in excitement (See Taylor Swift's reaction? That was pretty much me). JT says "Let's show these young boys how to do it", after which the boys performed part of 2 of their hit songs, Girlfriend and Bye Bye Bye (of course!).  I felt like I was transported back to the early 2000s, except Joey was a little hefty, Chris was missing his dreads and Lance was out of sync at times. But my favorite band member JC? JC was on point. Not only was he killing those dance moves, but his voice ran out over the harmonies, reminding me of how talented he really is (It's a shame that his solo career didn't take off. Click here to listen to some of his amazing vocals. The guy's got talent!).
Bottom line, Justin should've closed out the show. I mean, I respect Katy Perry and her performance was great, but after JT, no other performance could even hold a candle.

What did you think of the 2013 VMAs? *nostalgically dances around to *NSYNC's debut album blasting through her speakers* :)


Monday Morning Motivation

Because I may not have reached my goal yet, but I'm closer than I was yesterday!


Weekend in Maryland

Friday, August 23, 2013

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Living in New York City, I don't get the chance to drive often; so I'm incredibly excited when I can just hop in my car and cruise for a bit. Although I adore my car, between four years of college in Pennsylvania and then three years of law school in the city, I barely spend anytime with him. And the saddest part of all is that I absolutely love roadtrips. The wind in your hair, sunroof open, shades on, music blasting. Even the frustration of getting lost, traffic, gas (and bathroom, ew!) stops, and pumping the brakes in a fast lane when you think you see a patrol car. And I can't forget those "road trip talks"; you know the ones you have with your fellow traveler that bring you closer and enlighten you as to the meaning of life (I'm overdoing it, aren't I?) Well, it's all part of the fun and it all makes me ridiculously happy.

This weekend, as I said in my last post, my good friend got married to quite possibly the most fun, adventurous and gorgeous woman ever and so I ventured off to Maryland for the weekend to celebrate with them. The drive was fun but delayed by traffic, the wedding was classic and glamorously modern all at the same time, and although Maryland was a nice change (and perhaps even a welcome one) from the city, boy, am I glad to be back home! Here are a few pictures from the weekend.

The open road to MD! The traffic was truly horrendous.

Cocktail Hour where we drank Blushing Brides and Old Fashion Grooms.

From the ceremony.

The Second Course had the best crabcake I've ever tasted! Next time I visit MD, I've gotta get some MD famous crabs! (I am obsessed with crab meat of any kind. Yum!)

Newlyweds' reception table & Wedding cake. The pictures on the candles are of the bride & groom when they were children and there were family wedding pictures all over the cocktail hour and reception. It was like they were carrying their history and loved ones with them the entire way. 
Flower arrangements and yummy candy bar.
Bride & Groom's first dance :)

Hibachi at Koto Sake - my favorite place to eat in MD ever.

In the hotel lobby.

The hotel bathroom was gigantic!

You know you live in NYC when your hotel living room is bigger than your apartment.

My traveling/roadtrip obsession: If I'm traveling outside of NYC, I MUST stop and eat at a Cracker Barrel.

I thought this was so interesting and unique. It's a piece of history that I'd want to display in my home.


Wedding Guest Glam: Purple Smokey Eyes & Pouty Neutral Lips

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Rule #1: NEVER outshine the bride! Although the bride of the wedding I attended this weekend is far too beautiful to be outshined by any mere mortal woman, it shouldn't even be attempted and this still remains the most important rule of wedding etiquette. Well, except of course, the age old restriction of leaving white to the bride (but that kinda fits into the whole "never outshine" thing, right?). Notwithstanding these rules that every wedding guest should know, a wedding guest should always look fabulous in her own right and so that's the inspiration for this post.

For the wedding, I donned a black dress with lots of lace detailing at the top with black strappy Zara sandals, so I figured I'd amp up the makeup look to bring some glam into my outfit! I contemplated going for the ever-appropriate red lip and basic smokey eye, but as slicking on some red lipstick is usually my go-to makeup fix, I wanted to go with something a little different (Plus, red lips and a smokey eye can also come across a bit sexy - see Rule #1). It's a night wedding so a deep purple eye is fun yet subtle, in my opinion, and I balanced the heavy eye with a nude/neutral lip.

Smashbox Photofinish Primer (not pictured) 
YSL Le Teint Foundation in B70
MAC Prolongwear Concealer in NC45 (under eye)
Ben Nye Banana Powder (under eye)
Laura Mercier Camouflage (spot concealer)
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Dark 
Dior Amber Diamond Highlighter 
MAC Blunt Blush (contour)
NYX Cinnamon Blush
Urban Decay DeSlick Spray

MAC Handwritten (blend out color)
MAC Nocturnelle (lid)
BH Day & Night Palette Deep Purple (outer corner) and Sparkly Purple (lower lash line)
MAC Carbon (outer corner)
Stila liquid liner
Benefit They're Real Mascara & Ardell #301 accent lashes (not pictured) 

Jordana Baby Berry Lipliner
Milani Color Statement Lipstick in Naturally Chic
Khroma Beauty Au Natural In the Flesh lipgloss

Have you got any tips or looks for wedding guest makeup and style? Comment below!


Monday Morning Motivation

Monday, August 19, 2013

Did Abe Lincoln really say this? Regardless, hustle hard.


Girl Meets World

Monday, August 12, 2013

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One night when I was stayed up way past my bedtime, I discovered that reruns of Boy Meets World play on ABC Family at 7AM. Discovered is an understatement. Rather I rejoiced in the fact that one of my favorite childhood television shows hadn't been forgotten in the back of some tape room never to be viewed again. So that morning, I sat on my couch for nearly 3 hours (I'm not proud of it), quoting memorable lines like "Underpants!" and "F-f-f-feennaayyy" in time with the actors that said them (Now, that I'm proud of). I followed Cory, Topanga, and Shawn from 6th grade until they graduated from college, growing up with the characters on Friday evenings as they learned life lessons. At the age of 10, I'd pretend to be a character in the show, except I was the girl who meets the world and replaces Topanga as Cory's one an only love (Again, I regret nothing). For anyone looking for a stroll down memory lane and quite frankly, a good cry, search "boy meets world series finale last scene" on YouTube. There are millions of moments I could recall and millions more I'll never forget.

So, you can only imagine how excited I was to find out that in 2014 Disney will be premiering a spin-off to this amazing show - Girl Meets World. The renewal will center around Riley, the 12 year old daughter of Cory and Topanga with both Ben Savage and Danielle Fischel reprising their roles.  Michael Jacobs, the show's executive producer who also created Boy Meets World, stated that the show "will be rooted in the same kind of honest, comedic storytelling about coming of age and the importance of family and friendship[.]"  The show will be set in New York City, where Cory teaches history at his daughter's school and Topanga runs an after-school hangout, which I must say I'm a little disappointed about (How does my role model Topanga Lawrence - the intelligent, expressive and learned 6th grader, the girl admitted to Yale University, the woman who went to NYC to chase her dreams of working in a big law firm - end up here? There nothing per se wrong with it, I just hope they address it because I'm not sure how I feel about the message it sends).  

It is also rumored that Mr. Feeny will make an appearance in at least the pilot episode and that both Shawn and Eric have been seen on set. I'd really love to see how those two turn out. I always thought that Eric would become the next Mr. Feeny (although it seems like the creators are going for that with Cory). And Jacobs made a statement in June of this year that "nothing good is ever going to happen for Shawn", which saddens me, but I'm still hopeful that he'll make an appearance.

Many of the characters of the new show mimic those of the old one. Riley's best friend, Maya Fox (pictured below), is a bit "rough around the edges", and has strained family relationships while having strong ties to both Riley and Cory (Hello, Shawn Hunter!). The Matthews also have an older son, Elliot, who is described as having the "Eric Matthews Algernon" gene for getting dumber as the seasons continue.  There are a few other comparisons, including Riley's love interest and other classmates, that you can read about here.

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As a 25 year old woman, I'm very excited for this series, and I don't think I should be ashamed of that. Not only will I probably watch it for my own enjoyment (Disney channel is probably one of my guiltiest pleasures), but more so, I'm excited for what this show could be for middle school and high school aged children. If the buzz is accurate, Girl Meets World could be as successful as the the cult favorite that has adults rejoicing in and searching for reruns 13 years later (See comments here).


Monday Morning Motivation

This Monday will be my day :) Make it yours too!


The Next Stop is: Sweat Junction

Sunday, August 11, 2013

I've completely fallen off the "workout wagon," and have been merrily riding the overeating and 2AM cookie train all the way to the end of the line. Now that there's no good excuse for lounging around and eating copious amounts of sweets (Is there ever really a good excuse for it?), I'm getting off at Sweat Junction. See what I did there? :) For anyone who's looking to jumpstart their workouts and see quicker results, here's my program for the next few weeks:

Workout Program
I've created a workout plan that will kickstart my journey to a healthy weight and a healthy lifestyle. Enter the two-a-days. When you google search "two-a-day workouts", you get results concerning men's fitness and body building. But I really think these types of workouts can be beneficial to women too if done correctly.

For my first workout in the morning (or as close to the morning as I can get it!), I aim to complete an hour of cardio. That's right - an entire hour. Don't give me that shocked/quisitive look. Yes I'm aware that most people aim for about 35 minutes of cardio per day (doctor's orders!). I get that and I respect it, but this isn't a "let-me-get-a-quick-burn-in-before…" workout. This is a "let's-whip-this-fat-ass-back-into-shape" workout and the ultimate goal is to sweat.

My afternoon/late evening workout although shorter than the morning one is much tougher, and its mostly about conditioning and very light weight training (remember the goal is to shed fat not build or tone muscle at the moment). During this session, I get into the plyometrics and HIIT workouts. Each night, I choose one of five routines, all of which usually take me between 20-30 minutes to complete and all of which were created by the lovely Lisa Marie (see her full YouTube fitness channel here; she's amazing and riipppeeeddd). Here's 2 of her HIIT videos that have been kicking my butt nightly:

Nutrition Program
I must disclaim before I begin that I am not a nutritionist or health specialist in any way. I am simply someone who has shed the weight before and is trying to do it again. All of my tips regarding nutrition and healthy eating are the product of my own personal research and experiences.

First and, in my opinion, the easiest change to make is my liquid intake. Most of the drinks I consume are water, which includes sparkling water flavored with a Crystal Light packet (It tastes just like soda, I swear!).

Secondly, if you are intending to kickstart your fitness, a regular "no dessert after dinner" alteration just won't cut it. This plan requires a diet that is very clean (the dreaded "d" word, which is only appropriate here); enough to get you through the day which now includes 2 workouts, but not indulging yourself. Basically, it is meant to function as somewhat of a cleanse. My meals usually consists of lean protein and a vegetable, like an egg white, tomato and mushroom omelette for breakfast, grilled chicken in a salad for lunch or a tilapia fillet with grilled zucchini and asparagus for dinner. Fresh fruits replace any snacks and can usually satisfy any sweet craving that rears its ugly head. My absolute favorite sweet tooth snack is ½ grapefruit with a  ½ teaspoon of sugar. If you've never tried it, do so! Grapefruit is also known to be an excellent appetite suppressant, which means you won't be raiding your pantry at midnight.

This is my second time around in the quest for a fit lifestyle, and I surely hope this is the last time I'll need to stop at Sweat Junction. For anyone else making this emergency stop with me, good luck! We got this :)


Ipsy My Glam Bag July 2013

Thursday, August 8, 2013

You know that feeling when you've ordered something and it's coming any day now? Like a child skipping down the stairs two at a time on Christmas morning. I probably check my mailbox 3 times per day when I know my Ipsy My Glam Bag is on its way.
Because of the hell-month that was July, I didn't get a chance to enjoy, let alone review, what came in my hot pink metallic package (Whoever thought to use this packaging is a marketing genius. The shiny envelope alone draws me in). So, I just wanted to do a quick review of the things I received in July's beach-themed bag. 

Doesn't this just make you wanna run to the beach?!

COOLA  Mineral Sunscreen 
It's been said tons of times, but a little really does go a long way with this product. For the past two weeks, I've been swiping this on under my primer (which was the only makeup look I could muster at the time). It's light but moisturizing and seemed to smooth out my face even before I put on my primer. Win! Plus, the first ingredient of this organic product is Safflower Seed Oil, which helps prevent water from leaving your skin and contains vitamins A, D, K and E (Click here to read more about the benefits of this oil).

salt air Roll-On Perfume Oil
This perfume smells heavenly. The best and simplest way to describe it is that it smells of summer. It's a very light, fresh scent that reminds me  of  the breeze that hits your face as you stand just close enough to the coast  that the remnants of waves crash softly into your ankles. At .29 fluid ounces, it's the perfect size to stash in your makeup bag when you head to the beach, and the perfect scent to dab on your wrist before sitting out to tan or walking along the boardwalk with friends. Another plus? It retails for $10, which is the price of the Ipsy bag  per month :).     

Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Renewal Beach Spray (pictured above)
This 1.7 fluid ounce spray bottle came packaged in a plastic bag to prevent it from leaking onto the other products. I really like that Ipsy thinks about the millions of mishaps that can happen while my package travels across the country. I must admit that I haven't really used this spray very much yet, but it smells great, it contains Argan oil and it has this convenient locking ring. I did use it once to twist my long bangs out of my face and it held up nicely without drying out my hair, so I'm liking it so far.    

Pop Pouty Pop Crayon in Coral Crush
The summer-y coral color of this lip crayon isn't its only plus. As you apply it to your lips, it goes on easily due to its creamy texture and smells faintly of mint. Twist the black piece at the bottom and you notice that there is over an inch of product in the tube. It tints my lips perfectly and looks amazing paired with a skin-toned lip liner (MAC's Chestnut or Cork for me). With NYX's Mega Shine Lip Gloss in Nude Peach overtop, it creates a subtle coral lip that's right on trend but not too bold. It retails for a little over $4 (sold in a set of 6 for $25).   

BH Cosmetics California Collection Sample Palette
The sample contains an eyeshadow color from each of the 3 California Palettes - a rich purple from the Hollywood palette, a shimmery neutral brown from  the San Francisco palette, and a high beam gold from the Malibu palette. All 3 are highly pigmented and last for quite some time with a primer underneath. My personal favorites are the brown (which comes up a bit sheer on my skin tone yet adds wonderful dimension in my crease) and gold, which inspired me to purchase both of their respective palettes, San Francisco and Malibu. They will be perfect for traveling/vacations or just to pop in my daily makeup bag. Also, I have to mention that I love the packaging of this sample. The front flap is magnetic, eliminating the possibility of the product shattering in my makeup bag after I inevitably forget to close it.  

I'm impressed with this bag and I look forward to the bag for August, which is rumored to include Urban Decay and/or Michael Todd products! The fact that this subscription is only $10 per month blows my mind!

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Music Playlist: "Sweet Summertime"

Monday, August 5, 2013

First, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY DEAR JAC  Save a dance for me in NYC!

Music just makes everything so much better, doesn't it? I know pretty much everyone talks about how much they love music (I mean who doesn't?), but I've always been a person who loves all kinds of music. Frank Sinatra to Rick Ross, Punk to R&B, and everything in between.

Recently, I've been all about "feel good" music. You know, those songs that you blast with your car windows rolled down, speeding driving exactly 65mph down the highway as the sun beams down and warms your face. Maybe it's because I'm sad that summer is dwindling, but I've been loving this type of music. Here's my "Sweet Summertime" Playlist, including songs from multiple genres which I think is a great representation of my taste in music (the top 3 are my current favorites!):

  1. "Who Are You Really" by Mikky Ekko
  2. "Ready Or Not" by Bridgit Mendler
  3. "Versace" by Migos (ft. Drake, Meek Mill, & Tyga)
  4. "I Knew You Were Trouble" by Taylor Swift
  5. "Crave You (Adventure Club Dubstep Remix)" by Flight Facilities
  6. "Can't Hold Us" by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
  7. "Don't You Worry Child" by Swedish House Mafia (ft. John Martin)
  8. "Blood on the Leaves" by Kanye West
  9. "Love Somebody" by Maroon 5
  10. "Breathing" by Jason Derulo
  11. "Holy Grail" by Jay-Z (ft. Justin Timberlake)
  12. "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons
  13. "Blue Jeans" by Lana Del Rey



Summer-ish Reading List

Saturday, August 3, 2013

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For the past three years, I was never able to just pick up a book and read it. At least not one that entertained me so much that I sat in bed reading it until the morning hours. The only books sleeping with me for the past few years were Contracts or Corporations (aside from those few weeks last year when I took a Law and Literature class and actually got to read Camus and Dostoeysky!). Law school reading is so different from any other kind of reading and while I enjoy Torts law and Securities law because of the dramatic scenarios people get into, neither of those compare to the dark drama of a Bronte sister's novel. It was heartbreaking not to able to curl up with a good novel because I've always loved reading. My father taught me to read from a newspaper when I was four years old, and they say I loved reading aloud and listening to the sound of my own voice (Narcissistic little toddler, wasn't I?). Over the past few months while studying for the bar, I began to put this reading list together. It's a long list because I'm always hearing about new books I want to read, but this is a shorter, "read now" version of it now that I'm free for the final month of the summer:
  • The Great Gatsby by Scott Fitzgerald
  • Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins 
  • Atonement by Ian McEwan
  • Just Listen by Sarah Dessen 
  • Les Misérables by Victor Hugo 
  • Divergent by Veronica Roth 
  • Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
  • The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde 
  • Gossip Girl series by Cecily Von Ziegesar 
The entire list is on my Goodreads account. Be my reading buddy here

And if you have any thoughts about books I should read or if you've read any of the books on my list, please comment below. I'd love to hear what you think!


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