About spreadsheets and my interview: Sunday Musings #62

One week into the New year and I am still pumped up with motivation and buzz. I have been making goal tracking spreadsheets not just for me but for friends as well.

In case you missed the memo, I am a total spreadsheets addict who tracks everything from blog traffic to daily to do lists. Hit me up if you have any spreadsheet queries. 

On other news, my interview got featured in the UAE national daily Khaleej Times this Friday. Of course I spoke about books, in case you had the slightest of doubts about it. 


What I read this week

I finished reading One day in December this week. I read for the 2020 A to Z reading challenge and ticking off the January mini challenge hosted by Ginger Mom and Company.

One day in December book

What I watched this week

I watched Toy Story 4 (finally) and I loved it, as expected.

Toy story 4

I have not watched TV or Netflix in a while, so that may be a good thing I guess.

On my blog

In case you had missed, here is a quick recap of what I posted on my blog this week.

The One With 2019 Updates: Sunday Musings #61


On Monday I reviewed The Dinner by Herman Koch


On Friday I wrote a discussion post on Why Don’t Book Reviews Get Much Engagement?


I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme

Around the blogosphere

I finally got around to blog hop a bit and found these brilliant articles from these brilliant bloggers.

From the Insta-world

Pin me!


Let us chat

How was your week? How is your new year resolutions going on? What are your current reads and watches? Let us talk. 

24 responses to “About spreadsheets and my interview: Sunday Musings #62”

  1. Congrats on the feature! Love your love for spreadsheets – I do to make of them at work to incorporate them in my daily life too (except for the budgeting one).

    Have a lovely week!

  2. One Day In December is on my TBR so I’m glad to hear you enjoyed it. Congrats on the interview and I hope you have a good week!

  3. OMG, you’re famous! How wild to see yourself in print. I love it! I feel like my daughter and I are outliers. We watched Toy Story 4 on our cruise, and I had to stop her from throwing popcorn at the screen. The ending. It just seemed to go against the whole TS philosophy – no toy gets left behind. I hope to read your thoughts on One Day in December. Gosh! I loved that book. Thank you for sharing my post. XOXO

  4. Congratulations on the feature! I really like the quote you shared as your favorite. I grew up reading the Calvin and Hobbes comic stripes that came out in the paper every day. My husband has a few of the collections. I adore Calvin. I have yet to read The Virgin Suicides. I did read the author’s Middlesex and quite liked that. I will have to check out his earlier book.

    Spreadsheets are addicting! I think it’s great that you enjoy them so much.

    I hope you have a great week, Gayathri!

  5. Congratulations on the interview, Gayathri. That’s amazing. The Hate U Give is one of my favorites too. I am yet to read Atwood though. And I love spreadsheets too 😀

  6. Ah such a fun feature! Congratulations! Also I still have not seen Toy Story 4 and feel like my Disney card has to be revoked because I’m so far behind.

  7. I always love your weekly wrap-ups! I used to do them for a while but it got too hectic around here and I couldn’t keep up with them. Yay on your interview feature – that’s absolutely fantastic!!

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