End of the Year Book Tag 2021

I’ve been seeing this book tag going around on YouTube lately. Not sure if it’s too late to post this but I’m sure there’s someone out there who might be interested in reading what my end-of-the-year book plans are. I also posted a YouTube video about my plans as well if you’re more interested in watching that. I’ll link it here or you can watch the embedded video at the end of this post.

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Babinda Boulders & Josephine Falls | Far North Queensland, Australia

Babinda Boulders & Josephine Falls | Far North Queensland, Australia

With limited opportunities to travel overseas or even within your own country if you live in Australia, my husband and I have been trying to make the most out of living in a beautiful part of the world in Far North Queensland and take day-trips every now and then to explore our own area.

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Rainy Day Reads

Recently the rain has allowed little time for the sun to shine. When I lived in SouthWest Texas, rain was always exciting. It meant pizza, movies, and cozy blankets. Now I long for sunny days and the rainy ones are gloomy and sad. But I’m trying to treat every rainy day like it’s the first rainfall of the season. If it’s gonna rain, it’s gonna rain so might as well try to continue day-to-day life as if it’s not there … Or if you love to read, you can make the most of your indoor time with a good book and a hot drink. Here are some books that I recommend reading on a rainy day:

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