Monthly Reflection: April 2018

Hello, friends! I’m starting a new feature entitled Monthly Reflections where I’ll sum up what I’ve been up to that month as well as what I’ve been obsessed with/loving. I always enjoy reading these when other people write them, and I think it will be fun for me to look back on in the future.


Highlights of the Month:

  • My sister-in-law gave birth to a sweet baby boy on the 11th — we now have two nephews and two nieces!
  • I began listening to podcasts, which I’ve found to be a fun alternative to music when I’m riding my bike or walking. I’m currently listening to “Unexplained” by Richard McLean Smith.
  • To be honest not much has happened in April, but that’s okay because May and June will be SO BUSY!

Shows I Watched:
The Good Doctor (S1)
Imposters (S1)
The Handmaid’s Tale (S2)
A Series of Unfortunate Events (S2)
Better Call Saul (S3)
Once Upon a Time (S6)
Homeland (S7)
(I need help)

Books I Read:
The Hostile Hospital by Lemony Snicket
The Carnivorous Carnival by Lemony Snicket
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
Gerald’s Game by Stephen King

Music I Listened To:

This month, I’ve been rediscovering (and loving) all of the country classics from the 1990s-2000s that my mom and I used to listen to in the car when I was a kid. I compiled around 100 into a Spotify playlist which you can listen to here.

Click here to read all of my posts from April 2018.


Let me know what you think about my new Monthly Reflections feature!

2 thoughts on “Monthly Reflection: April 2018

  1. Awe congratulations on your nephew, I have about 6 nephews and 1 niece… All together for my mother she has about 11 grandchildren ( that is including my own ). How are you liking The Handmaid’s Tale i was thinking on watching it but haven’t yet.

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    1. Oh wow, that’s a lot! At the rate my siblings-in-law are going, we’ll have a ton of nieces and nephews before long too! 😛 I am loving the Handmaid’s Tale! You should definitely give it a try. Season 1 and 3 episodes of season 2 are on Hulu. It’s a very emotional show though so be warned!

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