November in Review

Life as we know it

Grant and I spent the first two weeks of the month in the UK! You can read about that trip in more detail here:

Brighton and Liverpool

Edinburgh and London

Highlights from the trip include Bonfire Night, Beatles tour, bookshops, Les Miserables, walking tours, museums and seeing my friends for the first time in years.

Now being home, I’m unemployed (by choice) and trying to enjoy this rare time off. I’ve been taking care of random administrative things (money stuff, organizing my computer, etc.) and relaxing. I’m looking for a job now to start in the new year. I’m excited to see what the next step is!

We haven’t been up to much since. We had a low-key Thanksgiving at home with Spanish rice and mulled cider and hanging out with friends when we can. Just biding our time until Christmas in Arizona!

November in Review 2020 || November in Review 2019 || November in Review 2018

November in Review 2017 || November in Review 2016

Books and media

What I’ve been listening to: 30 by Adele, Blue Bannisters by Lana del Rey, Quitter by Weakened Friends, Don’t You Feel Amazing? by Trash Boat, Valentine by Snail Mail, Historian by Lucy Dacus

What I’ve been reading: Disability Visibility edited by Alice Wong, Billion Dollar Loser by Reeves Wiedeman, Women in Sports by Rachel Ignotofsky, This is Your Mind on Plants by Michael Pollan, The Missionary Position by Christopher Hitchens, It by Stephen King, People Like Her by Ellery Lloyd, The Test by Sylvain Neuvel, Hostage by Claire Macintosh

What I’ve been watching: Always Be My Maybe, Promising Young Woman, Dune

Favorite blog posts

The Heroes of Olympus series review || 24 delicious Christmas cocktails

20 photos to inspire you to visit Leavenworth, Washington


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