April Non-Bookish Favourites

I know that March has been a difficult month for all of us, but I still managed to find some favourites that I would love to share with you in the hopes that it brings you some joy or a way to distract yourself if even more a minute.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood (2019) - IMDb

I am slowly making my way through all of the Oscar-nominated movies. There was a lot that I loved about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, especially the acting. Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie are three of my favourite actors and they definitely delivered in this movie! There were moments that dragged and I could see how it would not be a movie for everyone. Warning- the ending is extremely graphic, but I guess that is expected with a Tarantino movie.

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Amazon.com: Lost (TV) POSTER Movie (27 x 40 Inches - 69cm x 102cm ...

Lost has taken over my life this month, and you will see tomorrow that it has affected my reading. Lost has always been my favourite show, but I was worried that it wouldn’t hold up all these years later. Well… it more than holds up! I think that I appreciate it now more than I ever have. Some of my favourite characters on television!

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Bad on Paper Podcast

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I think next month I will change this section to “Listen” because I find myself listening more to podcasts and audiobooks than music these days. I recently discovered the Bad on Paper podcast and I adore it. Grace and Rebecca have great chemistry and they always interviewing interesting people and provide helpful insights. They are also huge readers and are always talking about the books they read!

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AHA Sparkling Water

Coca-Cola Takes on LaCroix With Caffeinated Seltzer - WSJ

It has been nearly two years since I gave up pop, and since then I have been quite the sparkling water connoisseur. I have tried every flavour from every brand and AHA is definitely my favourite. I tried the watermelon lime flavour for the first time this month, and it is so fresh and unique. Highly recommend!

Calvin Klein Sweatpants

Calvin Klein Performance Logo-trim Leggings In Black Combo | ModeSens

I know that I am not the only one who has been living in sweatpants. These Calvin Klein one have been my favourite. They are so comfortable!


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


18 thoughts on “April Non-Bookish Favourites

  1. I am re-watching Brooklyn 99 and I looove it so much! I’ve also discovered a new recipe of cinnamon rolls and I’ve made it twice in a month which is definitely “good” for my diet.It’s on the blog if curious. Also, music… I am obsessed with Premiere Arabesque interpreted by this girl, Heloise de Jenlis. She is a harpist and she is absolutely fantastic!

  2. For sure checking out that podcast – I’ve been looking out for new Podcasts recently because I have much more chance to listen to them. Have a great May πŸ™ˆ

  3. I’ve also been obsessed with Bad on Paper this month! I also recommend checking out Sarah’s Bookshelves Live and Be There in Five.

  4. I still need to read Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – I’m so behind on movies πŸ™ˆ but I’m currently watching Ozark, and have already devoured the first 1.5 season within a week.

  5. Lost is on my list of TV shows to watch! I’ve put it in my queue on Prime so after I finish Heroes I think Lost will be next! So glad to hear you enjoyed it and that it still holds up! πŸ˜€

  6. I just told my husband yesterday that we should rewatch Lost! I know it was unsatisfactory for many, but I loved the finale!

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