September 2016 in Review

Posted September 30, 2016 in Life, Reading / 6 Comments

September 2016 in Review

Things that Happened in September

  • My life became utterly crazy.
  • Grad school is crazy busy and I keep questioning my sanity about WHY I THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA?!
  • Things at the school I work at have been just a wee bit insane (and by wee bit I mean totally and utterly).
  • Basically, my life is crazy and it is surprising that I am finding any time to do this… Oh, wait, this is procrastinating because I should be writing a paper…
  • My most visited post by far this month was on 11 Ways High-Functioning Depression and Anxiety are Present in My Life.

My Favorite Book of September

The Secret of Pemrbooke Park

If we are going by not an assigned book for grad school:
 The Secret of Pembrooke Park by Julie Klassen

My Favorite Tweets of September

Tweets I Favorited in September

Books I Read in September

Walk on Earth a StrangerVeritatis SplendorThe Secret of Pembrooke Park
Catechesi TradendaeChristmas in ParisThe Epiphany of Love

List of Books

Books I Reviewed in September

Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark SideSix of Crows
Riley UnlikelyStarflightChristmas in Paris

List of Books

Things I’m Looking Forward to in October

  •  Two days off of work so that I can actually try to catch up with grad school reading and writing.
  • Umm… it is closer to the end of the semester…

Challenge Progress Update

I honestly don’t have time to figure this out right now. I will make sure to have this section updated in my October update.


How was your September? What are you looking forward to in October?

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6 responses to “September 2016 in Review

    • I don’t know why I didn’t anticipate grad school being this crazy. I totally should have because I took grad classes before. I wasn’t working then, though.
      I just finished one of my rather larger papers and I’m going to reward myself by reading Three Dark Crowns. This bribing myself with books may be the only way I can keep making myself make it though.
      Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a great end of the weekend!

    • September has been crazy all around for most of the people I work with as well. We are all praying and hoping that October at least gives us a chance to breathe.
      Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful and as stress free as possible week.