Greetings lovely people. I haven't updated you in a while, and I'm sorry about that. Let's hop straight into the purpose of this post though! When I last spoke to you I had just downloaded Storytel (still not a sponsor) and I have actually managed to listen to quite a few books which I'm so pleased about! Quick review of each one just incase you're interested!
What the most successful people do before breakfast: You all know that I'm an advocate for waking up early and facing the day, so what this book did for me was simply motivating me even more to continue this. It basically talks about how much people manage to get done in the morning and what a difference this makes for their stress levels during the day. A really inspiring and short read if you need a little push!
The law of attraction: I've wanted to read this book forever because I've heard so many people talking about it online. The law of attractive basically entails how we attract the things that happen to us with our moods and thoughts. Like if you're a very negative person and you're always thinking about how much of a failure you are, you are going to attract that negative energy and the good things won't present themselves to you. They also talk a lot about envisioning what you want and how that will eventually be given to you if you have the right mindset. I really recommend listening to it if you're into that stuff, like I am.
Omgiven av idioter: First book that's in Swedish, sorry about that. But I do recommend reading it. It's quite long, but if you're into psychology and human behavior and just basically figuring out why people are the way they are, this is perfect. The author divides people with different behaviors in groups and basically teaches you how to deal with them. I think I'm a mix between yellow and green, if you've read it. Oh, if any of you actually did, what colors do you think you are??
Turtles all the way down: I was incredibly stoked to see that they had John Green's new book on there, and I was not disappointed. If you're a fan of his other work, like the fault in our stars and paper towns, you'll love this. I love his writing style so much, and the way he portrays the characters is just so so real. I'm not gonna get into what it was about really because you just need to read it asap. I'll just mention that it focused a lot on friendships, which I really appreciated. Let's hope they'll make a movie at some point. *fingers crossed*
I also wanted to post a couple of pictures of my current favorite outfits I've worn recently now when it's been a bit colder. I actually really like autumn and winter because I tend to get hot pretty quickly, so I actually appreciate the cold and the chance to wear jumpers. The stuff is pretty much all from H&M and Zara which have been my go to shops since I came back to Sweden.
I love filming and editing, and I'm constantly wishing I'd do it more often. Because of this, I've decided to do vlogmas this year. If you're not regularly on youtube, it's a thing pretty much every youtuber does, where they vlog everyday from the first of December and leading up to Christmas. I'm gonna try to do that this year, and if I manage to keep it up, I'm gonna invest in a nice camera next year. I'm really excited! I probably will keep on doing it for the whole of December because my friend Emmy and I are going to London (specifically Kingston where I lived) at the end of the year and I plan to document it very well. If any of you would be actually interested in watching, I'll drop a link once I publish the first one. I don't really mind if no one watches them to be honest, they're more for me than for anything else. Yay for ways to be creative, right?
I gotta get ready for a seminar now, wish me luck!