#FridayFive: Five Books I’ve Recently Read | Chapter 10

Another five books down, I’ve now reviewed 50 books on my site and have read 35 this year so far! You can find all the books I’ve read so far this year at my blog post, Every Book I’ve Read in 2020. I’m inching very close to my target of…

#FridayFive: Five Ways to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

It seems like this post is needed, because the numbers aren’t going down. In fact, they’re only on the up and it’s only getting worse here in America. We’re ok for the moment here in New York, but as we see all of the southern states start to spike again,…

#FridayFive: Five Books I’ve Recently Read | Chapter Nine

Another five books down already; I’m getting through these books way too quickly. 30 books in the bag now for 2020, I’m almost at my target of 52 books for the year. I remember thinking in January that just surpassing my number of 15 for 2019 would be good enough,…

#FridayFive: Five Ways to be an Activist for Change

I’ve seen so many posts on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter about political change, about injustice, about wars happening in other countries and what we can do to help. It’s been a nice change from the usual pictures of avocado toast (very guilty) and people going about their everyday lives. Now…

#FridayFive: Five Books I’ve Recently Read | Chapter Eight

Welcome to chapter eight of my book review series. 40 books in the bag already, or should I say on the shelf? Anyway, I’m well on my way to my 52 books in 52 weeks challenge, with 28 books read since January 1st. I’ve put together a full list of…

#FridayFive: Five Female Activists to Follow

What a year it’s been already, and we’re not even halfway through. This week I spent a lot of my time reading, learning and re-sharing posts about racism, inequality and police brutality on my social feeds. A lot of my time has been spent signing petitions and emailing my local…

#FridayFive: Five Things to Consider When Starting A New Job

I’ve had quite a few first days on the job with my past internships, jobs and placements. The first day is always the worst, most nerve-wrecking and awkward of them all, but I always think, once the first week is over, I’ll start settling in and by month three I…

#FridayFive: Five Places to Eat in Hoboken

I’ve had this blog post planned for a while as I love to go to Hoboken for good food. It’s only a ten minute walk from where we live in Newport, but there are so many restaurants and eateries lining Washington Street and hidden in the streets behind. Related: Five…

#FridayFive: Five Books I’ve Just Read | Chapter Seven

Welcome to the seventh edition of my book reviews. You can find the previous 30 book reviews I have written right here. I’m well on my way to completing the second challenge I’ve set myself for the year. The 12 books in 12 months challenge was completed at the beginning…

#FridayFive: Five Ways to Improve Your Public Speaking

Last week, I read the book Grace Under Pressure: A Masterclass in Public Speaking by Lisa Wentz. It was a book gifted to me by LID Publishing, and one that I found very practical and helpful. You’ll see the review for this one in my next book review post along…