Weekly Lists #126 Favourite Blogposts March 2018

So a third of the year has past. And half of the second term is gone too. And you know what? I’m kind of okay with that. Just that much closer to Christmas, right? (It’s been a weird week which has got me, yes, in the Christmas atmosphere. No, I’m not kidding. No, I’m not sad I’m not 🙂 ) Anyways, it’s time for another list of my favourite blogposts – March 2018 edition!

1. Bookish people

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times: I like reading blogs. I mean, that’s basically why I started these monthly round ups. So getting a round up of bloggers? And bookish ones at that? Win!

2. Gateway books

WSIRN Ep 125: Gateway books to hook a Netflix addict

Not so much a strict blog post as one linking to a podcast, but still. I’m definitely someone who is, at times, a Netflix addict. So again, this seemed just perfect for me, you know?

3. 3 ways to boost your confidence

3 Ways to Boost Your Confidence

Now, there’s a reason I haven’t done any updates on the whole “enough”-saga. That’s mainly because this particular bit? Well, it has proven itself to be a bit of an annoying one. And when I say a bit? Yeah, a hugely annoying one. In short: a post I needed to read – but, as per the usual, am struggling to put into action.

4. 7 Facebook groups [I] should join

7 Blogging Groups Every Blogger Should Be A Member Of

So I’ve not technically joined any of these Facebook groups yet. I’m still in the “letting it sink in” stage. Also, I’m a bit terrified to do so. All the new people! All the responsibilities! and requests! and! Basically – interesting, but not there yet. Or something like that.

5. Choosing books

How To Choose Which Book To Read Next (With Minimal Screaming In The Attics)

I mean, you know. Because I definitely need the help. I’m basically the book-version of “I have nothing to wear.” Only to then want to read everything. And eventually settle on something that I have in e-book version because that’s easier. Even though I have like 300 physical books I’ve still yet to read. As one does.

What have you been reading this past month? How have you enjoyed my #40DaysofBlogging? A little too much? Any posts that stood out to you in particular? Be sure to let me know below!

-Saar