Ah, the age old question: Why are hot beverages so aesthetically pleasing? This might seem like a completely random and useless question to ask, especially on a book blog, but hear me out. As the weather has gotten colder here in New England, I’ve noticed a significant increase in the number of hot beverages photographed … Continue reading Why are hot beverages so aesthetically pleasing?
Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share our favorite things to eat and drink while reading. I generally like drinking tea or coffee and eating sweets when I read--but I think I'll let my bookstagram speak for itself... As you can see, we love a … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Sip, Munch, Read
Staying in Oxford over spring break made me discover a new favorite pastime: studying in cafes. During term time I tend to do work in Mansfield College's cafe or in the library, simply because that is where the majority of my friends do their work as well. However, being here over spring break when most … Continue reading Best Cafes to Study at in Oxford | Holly Goes Abroad
March has come and gone, and what a busy month it was! Here are some of the things that I enjoyed last month: Blueberry Green Tea You all know how much I LOVE tea. In the beginning of the month I went to Barnes and Noble and got a tea from Starbucks while I was … Continue reading March Favorites
Follow me as I adventure through my copy of Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith. Before: I completely forgot to take a photo of the original pages before I started working on them! They were just blank with the instructions on them. The instructions read: Pour, spill, drip, spit, fling your coffee here. I don't drink coffee, … Continue reading Fun with Tea! // Wreck This Journal 3
Yesterday was my seventeenth birthday. After receiving this amazing mug from my parents (among other nerdy gifts) and realizing that I can now watch rated-R movies without feeling like a criminal, it hit me that I'm, like, old. I mean, imp not particularly old when compared to adults, but I'm a lot older than I … Continue reading mortar-tea: on turning seventeen