This month, I read the first three books in the series Finishing School, by Gail Carriger. I listened to all three of them on Audible. I would recommend the first book in the series, Etiquette and Espionage. For the next two books, I recommend using your own discretion, as they contain some inappropriate content.
In January, I finished reading the book Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand. I was hesitant to add it to my list because I started it in December, but I decided to keep it. It was an amazing book, which I highly recommend. I’m putting it in the “wartime book” category.
I just started the book Captive in Iran, by Maryam Rostampour and Marziyeh Amirizadeh. So far, it’s been an interesting read. This is going to my book written by someone I’ve never visited.
I missed this one several times this month, but I became more consistent after I set a daily alarm for 7:30pm. Aside from just recording my thoughts, I can also give myself links to things that I found helpful, or might want to share later.
I wrote a couple list Earworms, such as my favorite love songs, or my favorite Anthem Lights songs. I’ve enjoyed the variety that the lists allow, so I want to try a few more in March.
The only problem that I’m having is learning new music. Because I’m in the middle of a busy school semester, it’s hard for me to find new songs, since I don’t have tons of time.
I’ve been mostly keeping up with my Bible goal. I want to get better at meditating on the chapters that I read. This would help me apply them better, and not just read them and forget them.