June Books – What I read

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I was hoping to pick up some more interesting books in June. High five! I had three 5★ books. Something that rarely happens here. So yeah. I did good. Overall I was able to read 7 books. But even though I am keeping track on how much I read and am proud of the amount, please let me make clear reading is a pleasure and no competition. Sometimes with those reports it may give off the feeling inadequacy. I believe the amount of books is not necessarily saying much. I’d rather read one good book instead of three poorly written ones. I’d rather read any book instead of not being able to read. So make sure your are reading for your personal development and not for competition. Ok, enough deep talk. Here are my June books – what I read. Hope you find something that inspires you.


May Books – What I read

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It was almost to be accepted that after having a good reading month in April that May wouldn’t be so glorious. I have started a few books which I abandoned after a few pages because they were either so boring or just written poorly. Or maybe I just wasn’t feeling them. I also struggled with one book I was really looking forward to read and that just didn’t do it for me. I don’t know I guess that happens. Still I was able to finish six books.


Gathering herbs and wild remedies – Getting started

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Are you a tea drinker? If so what is your favorite kind? I love my earl grey in the morning followed by a cup of green tea. Later in the afternoon and the evening I switch to herb teas. And of course I always battle a cold with herbal tea. November 2019 I received a package from my godmother with her bags of homemade herbal tea. When I visited her a few weeks earlier we had been talking about gathering herbs and plants to make tea. While of course I knew about using mint leaves for tea and even had gathered thyme in the mountains during hikes inn my childhood, I never really thought about making my own blend. Spoiler: I have found new hobby in gathering herbs and wild remedies.


April Books – What I read

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I am very excited to share my April Books with you. It has been a really good reading month – quality wise and quantity wise as well. I was able to cross some books off of my reading goals für 2021 and also on my long term project to read around the world. So lets dive into the April Books – What I read: