Summer is almost (hopefully) over by next month. Looking forward for cool weather and rainy days. It's been one hell of a summer this year. We had a hard time going out and staying cool. Walking outside is excruciating. Sometimes, we wish for those cozy winters that my family and friends are enjoying abroad. That would be nice to keep us in high spirit.
It allows me to track my reading progress by adding books either manually or just by scanning a barcode. The set up is so simple that any non-techie person can actually use this with ease.
You can type the Book Tittle or Author
and the app will automatically search it for you (need wi-fi connection)
What I really like about this app, is that, when the book is pulled out, it includes book cover which I found really nice.
You can mark the book as read, set your progress, color-code it and you have the option to delete book. I seriously love this app.
As you can see here, I have a long list of to-read and I need an app to track them down. This app is simple and yet it gets the job done. It lets you catalog the books you want to read later.
It works the same as the Book Tracker, You type the Book Tittle or Author then the app will automatically search it for you (need wi-fi connection)
What I love about this app, is that, when the book is pulled out, it includes book cover and description. Reading is more fun with a little help from this nifty app.
You know by now that I'm into making my life easy by continuously trying things or ideas to make any task easy peasy. Recently, I had this idea of tracking the books I read, currently reading and to read. It was a great idea and I'm sharing to you in two parts: Manual and Digital.
Planner printables are every where these days and the hardest part is picking which to download and print. It took me awhile but I finally found what I'm looking for. I like Elise goal tracker but darn, I'm too cheap I wanted it free so I look around and here's what I found. The way I like it. Simple and straight forward.
First, I print, score and cut.
then I ransack my lunch box of scrap papers (of course, I can't stand this set up for too long)
Version 1: I made a mini booklet then use a bulldog clip to keep them together.
I had a box full of project life cards. I had a hard time choosing which one to use.
Version 2: I stapled the printable then adhere it to the journaling card. So easy. Now, I can track down my reading pattern and keep me motivated to read more this year.
Last week, My Auntie together with my cousin and his kids did a quick visit. It's been a year or two since I last saw him. He mentioned that he was looking for a graduation gift for his son (whose very into music instruments these days) He wonder if I can secretly buy him a Bongos and pretend that I don't know it.
I'm almost done with War Of The Wives by Tamar Cohen and it's time to find new books to be added to my book collection. Here's my picks:
- The Look of Love by Jio, Sarah
- Hover by Wilson, Anne A.
- My Life Next Door by Fitzpatrick, Huntley
- Tempting Fate by Green, Jane
- Letters to the Lost by Grey, Iona
- A Better Man by McLaren, Leah
- After I Do by Reid, Taylor Jenkins
- Happily Ever After by Maxwell, Elizabeth
- Before I Go by Oakley, Colleen
- On the Rocks by Duffy, Erin
- The First Warm Evening of the Year by Saul, Jamie M.
- A Hundred Summers by Williams, Beatriz
- Beach Town by Andrews, Mary Kay
- The Summer Season by Williams, Julia
- The Remedy for Love by Roorbach, Bill
Finally after 9 months of waiting, my nephew is finally here and we can't contain ourselves from so much joy he brings us. Cuteness overload day and night that resulted to non-stop buying of cute baby essentials. One of my favorite place to visit is Gymboree. They have new arrivals for newborn and I'm listing down my top favorites: