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June 2019 Reads

Take a look at what I read in June 2019. Summer reading is always my favorite and I read some great books this month. JUNE 2019 READS | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

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May 2019 Reads

In May 2019, I graduated from grad school and read some books that were outside my usual genre comfort zone. Take a look at what I read in May in this post! MAY 2019 READS | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

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April 2019 Reads

In April, I was in the midst of my full-time student teaching, listening to audiobooks on my mile walks to and from my placement. Check out what I listened to in this post! APRIL 2019 READS | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

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March 2019 Reads

Take a look at all the books I read in March 2019! Leave a comment with your thoughts on any of these books. MARCH 2019 READS | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

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February 2019 Reads

I read three books in February and discovered two authors who would become favorites as the year went on. Check out my thoughts and reviews here! FEBRUARY 2019 READS | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

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January 2019 Reads

I read 5 books in January 2019. Check out my reviews and thoughts in this post. JANUARY 2019 READS | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

Have you been reading about the benefits of journaling but are unsure where to begin? Check out this post for a month's worth of journal prompts to start! | 31 JOURNAL PROMPTS GUARANTEED TO MAKE YOU THINK | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

31 journal prompts guaranteed to make you think

Journaling is one of those things that sounds really great when you’re making New Year’s Resolutions or reading self help books, but it can be hard to keep up with, especially if you feel like your day-to-day activities are on the mundane side. I’m always trying to journal more, but frequently find myself at a loss for what to write. So, I decided to create this blog post with an entire month’s worth of journal prompts for you (and me!) to draw inspiration from. I’m always trying to get myself to journal more, but I often end up sitting down…

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Grad school can be a ridiculously stressful time, but that doesn't mean you can't still make time for the things you enjoy and have fun! | HOW TO HAVE FUN WHILE YOU'RE IN GRAD SCHOOL | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

How to have fun while you’re in grad school

I’m no stranger to academic rigor and a busy schedule, but man oh man is grad school a different beast. It may seem like the spring semester has only just begun, but my program has me doing just five weeks of class and then right on in to full time student teaching. This academic year has been quite a whirlwind so far and is only going to get busier so … How do I stay sane? How do I make time for fun? I’m not so sure about staying sane, but in this week’s post I’m at least going to…

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If you're struggling to get out of bed, forgetting important appointments, or your apartment is a mess creating routines helps simplify your life! | 5 STEPS TO CREATING ROUTINES THAT MAKE LIFE EASY | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

5 steps to creating routines that make life easy

Lots of people talk about routines — morning routines, night routines, skincare routines, exercise routines. People talk about how these regimens simplify their lives, help them stay organized, and make everything easier. But one question I feel like is always hard to answer is how do I create effective routines? I wouldn’t say I’m an expert (I sometimes have a terrible time sticking to my routines), but I definitely have had a lot of success simplifying some everyday tasks by creating routines to help me get through the more tedious parts of my day. {What kinds of routines do you…

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There's a lot of pressure to start off the semester on the right foot, but how do you actually do that? I'm sharing 3 of my favorite tips in this post! | 3 MORE THINGS TO DO TO PREPARE FOR A NEW SEMESTER | HONEYBEE JOYOUS

3 MORE things to do to prepare for a new semester

Now that our goals are set, our vision boards are made, and we’re thinking about our intentions for 2019, it’s about time to head back to real life and away from winter break. I’m starting my final semester of grad school and I’m hoping this will be my best semester of school yet! Last January, I wrote a blog post about 3 things to do to prepare for a new semester (read it here!) and really make the most of your fresh start. I enjoyed writing that post and those are three things I actually do, so I decided to…

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