This has been one of those weeks. I can’t think of one solid thing that happened and yet seven days have whizzed past. We are still following the post CoVID routines, even though there are no more restrictions over here. Better safe than sorry right?
We are not going out unless it was for exercising or essentials and we are still working from home. Having that choice is a huge privilege and I am so grateful for that.
What I read this week
I finished reading Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi this week. The book set in Ghana and Alabama, USA, talks of the history of slavery and mistreatment of Blacks in the white world since 1700s.
The book was so intense and painful, I had a book hangover for the next two days. I definitely won’t be able to review it this week.
What I watched this week
I finally completed the community and guess what my goal to reduce the number of TV hours has officially been forgotten.
So, I am currently watching the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, (just started) and it looks promising. What else should I be watching?
On my blog
In case you missed the posts from my blog, last week.
Balancing Social Media And Blogging: How To Stay Sane?
A book review Daisy Jones & The Six
Pinterest And Traffic Statistics: Sunday Musings #83
I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.
Around the blogosphere
I went on blog hopping spree last week and these are the posts that I loved.
- Beth from Books Nest shared her guide to increasing engagement on Twitter and I loved it.
- Jackie from Death by Tsundoku posted her ideas about what to do in a book club when no one has read the book. Better be prepared, right?
From the Insta-world
Here is what I posted on Instagram during the week. Give me a follow, will you?
Let us chat
How was your week? What do you do when all your days get lumped together? What are you currently reading and watching? Let us talk.