Millennials and Money: a review of Sally Rooney’s “Conversations With Friends”
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Millennials and Money: a review of Sally Rooney’s “Conversations With Friends”

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. Conversations With Friends was Sally Rooney’s debut novel published in 2017. Set in Ireland, the story follows the closely-knit and complicated relationships of Frances and Bobbi, who are both university students in … Continue reading

A year without buying books (almost): consumerism
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A year without buying books (almost): consumerism

So I travelled to the U.K. this year and I am currently in Australia, which translates to: I may have bought a book or two… or six. This will be my last update on my year without buying books and I have learnt some great insights. Firstly, any step towards reducing spending and the contribution … Continue reading

Not Buying Books: an update
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Not Buying Books: an update

Spring is sprung. Well, not really since there has been a cold snap and some out-of-the-blue snow. I am hoping that Spring decides to come back soon. I am in some serious need of sunshine and warm weather. It has been almost four months since I decided to give up book buying (with the exception … Continue reading

Online or In-store: where do you buy your books?
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Online or In-store: where do you buy your books?

When I was living in Australia there was a really awesome bookshop at a local shopping centre. I loved to go in there and I would spend hours looking through their many shelves making mental lists of all the books I wanted to read. It was a great way to stay up-to-date with all of … Continue reading