Another month has gone, but before moving on, I thought I'd talk about my favorites for the month of February. These are things that I loved and want to share with you!
- The World's Greatest Love Stories
I bought this for $5 and it was definitely a steal! I bought it in time for Valentine's day, because why not? I thought it was charming and heartwarming. I adored it and think it can be a nice addition to your bookshelf because it has a nice cover too.
- The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
This has now become one of my favorite books, and if you're interested in reading my review, read that here.
- That one time my boyfriend went to a book event for me and got a signature and message from Kristin Hannah, the author of The Nightingale. This meant so much and was a big highlight of my month.
- Gilmore Girls marathon
I first watched Gilmore Girls on and off as a kid and would only do so because my older sister did. I've never actually fully watched the whole thing though, so thanks to Netflix, I totally binge watched on this everyday when I got the chance.
- Coffee Books and Rain sweatshirt
I got this last week of February, but this should still count as a favorite because it's just plain awesome.
- L'Occitane's Jasmin and Bergamote
My mom got this cologne/perfume for me as a gift, and I love it! It's floral, but not too harsh or strong. It's quite an understated and simple scent actually, fresh and delicate.
- My new office chair
Thanks to my boyfriend, I now have a comfortable chair in my room. I tend to sit in front of the computer for hours, and I used to only have a plastic chair, so this helps me a lot! You can purchase this here.
- Kindle Paperwhite
I got this e-reader back in November and did an initial review on it already, but after three months, I'm still loving it. If you are still hesitating, let me tell you that you really almost do not notice that you are not reading a real book. The screen is different from a phone/computer screen, and it really does look like real pages.
- Wall art
I did this DIY wall art using 4x4 instagram-sized photos. If you're interested in making this affordable piece yourself, click this post here.