16 February 2019

FEBRUARY READING LIST

My second monthly reading list of 2019 is quite a long one, and I don't necessarily aim to read them all in the shortest month of the year (as I also have the entire Game of Thrones set to read on my morning commute to work), but this is more so a collection of books and magazines that are next on my to-read pile.


N U M B E R  O N E
i-D Magazine
I bought this magazine solely for the purpose of weeping over the Timothée Chalamet interview by Harry Styles... Which I highly recommend.

N U M B E R  T W O
Sunday Girl Magazine
My favourite independent magazine for "intellectual, creative and ambitious girls" - covering topics from mental health, fashion/style, interviews and mixtapes, it's a breath of fresh air and always gives me creative inspiration.

N U M B E R  T H R E E
LAGOM : The Swedish Art of Balanced Living
Following my previous month's obsession with Hygge - I was curious about this other Scandi lifestyle trend. Lagom is loosely translated to "not too little, not too much, just right." I haven't started reading this yet but I look forward to learning more about work-life balance and I'm hoping to adopt a more environmentally conscious style of living - both aspects of lagom. lifestyle.

N U M B E R  F O U R
Another Planet by Tracey Thorn
I haven't read any of Tracey's books, but after listening to her interview on BBC6 Music I was very interested in reading about her teenage life in the 70s.

N U M B E R  F I V E
Calm The F**ck Down by Sarah Knight
I stumbled across this book on a lunch break visit to Oliver Bonas - I was riddled with stress and having a particularly anxious week. I've heard great reviews of her previous books: The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k and  Get Your Sh*t Together. I was immediately drawn to the three main questions this book asks:
Do you waste time overthinking things you can't do anything about? 
Do you freak out when things don't go to plan? 
Does anxiety get in the way of you living your best life?


N U M B E R  S I X
everything I know about love by Dolly Alderton
This has been on my reading list for quite a while following it's recent hype on social media. I'm currently about a quarter of the way through and it really resonates with me and is helping me through life at the moment - thank you Dolly 


Have you read any of the above? If so, what did you think?
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  1. I love Sarah Knight and really want to read Calm The F**ck Down! Great reads and adding some to my list!

    xoxo
    Jess
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  2. I haven't read any of these but I want to check out the Sunday Girl magazine. It sounds right up my street!

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