January Non-Bookish Favourites

I have decided to start doing monthly non-bookish favourites. I think it is fun to talk about things other than books on this blog every once in awhile, and I figured this was a great way to do it! I will talk about all of the movies, TV shows, music, food, etc I loved during the month.

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Little Women

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I loved everything about the latest adaptation of Little Women. I appreciated what Greta Gerwig did with the story and I felt connected to the characters more than I ever had in the past. I was surprised by how much I ended up loving and understand Amy! My one small complaint is that I wish that Meg had a bigger role. Also, can you believe Greta Gerwig didn’t receive an Oscar nomination for best director?

1917

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Wow. 1917 completely blew me away. It is filmed completely in one take, which just added to the tense feeling I was experience. I truly was on the edge of my seat the entire two hours. I know going into to a war movie that it is going to be emotional, but 1917 broke my heart. I could tear up just thinking about it. Beyond powerful.

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True Detective

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Alright alright alright- I completely understand the hype. It has taken me years to finally watch True Detective and I am kicking myself for waiting this long. Everything about the first season is incredible from the acting to the intricate story-line. The chemistry between Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson was probably my favourite thing about the show. They have such a great dynamic!

The Circle

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When I started The Circle I fully expected it to be just mindless entertainment, but it ended up being so much more. It is a reality show that highlights the good and the bad of social media. I loved seeing all of these people form real connections without ever having met face to face or even knowing if the person they are talking is real. I hope there will be a second season!

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Juice- Harry Styles

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Dulce de Leche by OPI

I have been loving nude nail polish lately and I have rediscovered this classic shade. It is just the perfect nude for me and I like that it is neutral with a slightly pink undertone. OPI is a formula that simply works.

Provence Beauty Vitamin C Serum

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I found this serum at Marshalls for under $10 and I am so surprised by just how good it is. I am not so sure about some of the claims like skin tightening, but I have noticed my skin is glowing and more even.

Sargento Balanced Breaks

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I found these at Costco, and they make for the perfect snack. I love that I can just grab one and go and that I know what I am eating is healthy and delicious! There are a few different combinations and I hope to try them all

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Have you watched, listened to, or tried any of my favourites? What was your favourite non-bookish thing this month?

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21 thoughts on “January Non-Bookish Favourites

  1. I love the idea of including non-bookish favourites in wrap-ups because its a shame not to talk about them and share what we’ve all been enjoying! Little Women & 1917 both feature in my January favourites too – I absolutely loved them both for very different reasons.

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  2. I can’t wait to watch both Little Women and 1917! The only movie I’ve watched so far this year was the golden globe winner for a foreign film, Korean ‘The Parasite’ – it blew my mind! Great Post, I love seeing non-bookish posts sometimes. πŸ™‚

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  3. I love this idea!! I have been meaning to go and see Little Women.. I don’t know why I haven’t yet as it was one of my favourite books when I was younger. Perhaps I will go and see it this weekend πŸ™‚ That nail polish looks like such a lovely colour… and oh my god that Harry Styles video!

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  4. I really need to watch Little Women statβ€”it’s disappearing from all the cinemas near me! It seems like a book-to-movie adaption that’s actually holding up well in the bookish community!
    Also, you make The Circle sound worthwhile! I keep scrolling past it on Netflix because I also thought it would be mindless entertainment πŸ˜‚.
    I’m looking forward to your future non-bookish favorites, Kristin!

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