Hello and happy Wednesday. Despite my obsessive behavior, I like to think I’m an organized person, and that’s why I absolutely adore Pinterest. For me, Pinterest is like this huge closet where I can just keep cute all the cute things I find, and I even get to select which drawer they go in.
I use it for my teaching stuff (I even have boards for subjects and grades I’m not currently teaching justincase) I have a board with pins of cute Hello Kitty stuff I see, and (please, potential romantic interest don’t see this) I even have a board called “Wedding Stuff” because I don’t want to be caught off guard when the moment comes.
Pinterest also fuels my love for books, which is what you came to read about, isn’t it? I have two bookish boards: one called Mila Loves Books, which is basically a collection of bookish quotes, memes, and relatable stuff; and another one called Book Lists. I created this second board to have a space where I could store all those challenges, rankings, and lists to feed my own TBR and wish list. I don’t really have a filter for the pins I save in this board: as long as they contain a book list, I’ll add it. This doesn’t mean I’m automatically adding the books to my wish list, but I might sometime in the future.
If you’re a parent or a caregiver and you want book recs for your child, I’m sure that in this board you’ll find pins that will help you. If you’re a teacher and you’re tired of reading Charlotte’s Web with your students, look for alternatives in one of these lists. If, like me, you just want to read the world a book at a time, pick a list, challenge yourself.
I have decided that my free time is worth nothing and that I will go through all of the lists in my board and I will add them all to the ultimate reading challenge. Now, as soon as I have that, I will make a post and share the details with you so that you can join me in the challenge.
Do you know of any reading challenge you’d like me to check out? Let me know in the comments!
Love, Miss Camila