The Weekly Hufflepuff #63 | I Am Eeyore

Good news: Didn’t suffer from a blogging slump this week!

Bad news: I did suffer from my mental health and my period rip

Actually I’ve been putting off this post the entire day because I’m just not feeling good mentally, but I talked to my friend for a bit just now and am feeling slightly better, so let’s wrap this week up

I started What’s a Girl Gotta Do? by Holly Bourne before going to sleep and finished it the next day immediately. I just HAD to finish it before doing anything else. I’m not one of those people who can read until the early mornings. I’ve never tried, because eventually I give in and go to sleep, but I don’t handle lack of sleep well so I’m not planning on trying. Anyway, What’s a Girl Gotta Do? is PHENOMENAL and I can’t wait to scream about it in your faces review it.

Friday on the bus I started Take Me With You by Andrea Gibson and lemme tell you: THAT WAS A MISTAKE. I almost cried on the bus. Then I almost cried at the bus stop. I finished it today in the privacy of my own house and boy was I a crying mess. I immediately reread it again and I know I will reread it again soon. It’s incredibly moving, powerful and beautiful and again, can’t wait to review it.

I also read DC Bombshells #60. 40 more issues to go before I can go on to Bombshells United. This is honestly one of my favourite comics but it’s taking me forever to read it? Once I’m finally caught up a bit I’ll write a post about it.

This morning I woke up feeling in the mood for Harry Potter, so I started to reread Goblet of Fire. I’ve been meaning to reread it for quite some time now as I started to reread the series last year, but other books just got in the way.

I wanted to go to museums this week but the weather has been terrible and life got in the way so unfortunately it didn’t happen. I’m hoping to go visit some museums soon, since some exhibitions will close while I’m in Manchester so I really need to go before I leave.

WeΒ (Blikopeners – a group of teens/young people (you’re a teen when you start) who work at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam) wrote our own audiotour, so on Friday we recorded it which was a lot of fun. It felt so professional haha

Yesterday my mom and I went shopping, since we still needed to buy presents for Sinterklaas, which is a Dutch holiday. I also treated myself to this:

IT’S AN EEYORE BLANKET AND IT’S THE BEST THING I EVER BOUGHT IT EVEN HAS A TAIL IT’S SO COMFY AND WARM AND SOFT

Here’s a picture of my grandpa wearing it. He came over for dinner yesterday. He told us that the other day a guy at his retirement home whom he really doesn’t like walked past him, and then he (my grandpa) gave him the middle finger??

My mom: why??
My grandpa: because I don’t like him 😀 and he doesn’t get it 😀 he still doesn’t 😀

My grandpa has that old people mentallity where they don’t care anymore and just do what they want. Honestly part of me wishes I could’ve had that mentallity last term when people didn’t do their work lmao.

So those were the highlights.* Like I said before, I’ve been struggling with my period and mental health, but I’ve continued to talk to my friend while writing this post and it is making me feel a bit better. My mental health is always worse during my period so hopefully it will both be over soon.

* My grandfather coming over was a highlight, not him giving a man the finger

I almost forgot that I actually wrote this week! I was supposed to go out with a friend, but unfortunately she had to cancel because of school. So I spent the day blogging and writing. Not as much writing as I would’ve liked, but I always have trouble writing while on my period. Either I’m in too much pain or I just can’t concentrate.

Anyway, recently I’ve been struggling a lot with my beginning. I realised that I didn’t like it at all, so now I started to rewrite it. So yep, I’ve already started to rewrite my second draft lol*

* I hadn’t gotten that far yet anyway so it’s okay

I’m MUCH happier with it now though, so it was worth it. Hopefully I’ll feel like writing more next week.

πŸ’›Β I talked about when reading good books make you feel insecure about your writing
πŸ’›Β I wrapped up November, meaning I had a crisis about 2017 almost being over and time going by so fast like every year
πŸ’›Β I reviewed Paintbrush and boy I did not like it. Apart from flat characters and a borderline unhealthy relationship, it also had girls shaming other girls

πŸ’› Cait @ Paper Fury talked about how her writing habits have changed in 2017Β 
πŸ’› Laura @ The Book Corps wrote an open letter to Goodreads and Netgalley in regard to their recent changes in their policies when it comes to international bloggers
πŸ’› Elm @ Just Call Me Elm Or Something shared her musings while she was on a train
πŸ’› Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books is celebrating 3 years of blogging – can you believe she’s only been doing this for three years??
πŸ’› She also talked about the fear of editing her WIP and some character aesthetics
πŸ’› Em @ Yellow’s the Word shared 18 memories from 18 yearsΒ 
πŸ’› Birdie Bookworm made great aesthetics for The Book Aesthetics TagΒ 
πŸ’› Sarah @ Written Word Worlds talks about how some of her favourite authors wrote some of her least favourite books
πŸ’› Balie @ Nerd in New York talks about types of bookworms
πŸ’› Kat @ Life and Other Disasters did the All Hallows Write Tag
πŸ’› Hannah @ Mortal Reader talks about lies book bloggers tell
πŸ’› Victoria @ Doodles and Scraps shares some cute photos
πŸ’› May @ Forever and Everly talks about good representation concerning diversity in YA: better none or forced/wrong?
πŸ’› The Awkward Book Blogger talked about what jobs the characters of The Lunar Chronicles would have in real life
πŸ’› Holly @ Nut Free Nerd talked about her trip to Brighton
πŸ’› Dazzling Dreamer talked about her trip to Dubai

Hope you’re all doing well and had a good week! What were some of your highlights? Any amazing blog posts you think I should read? Did you write? Do you love Eeyore? OH AND DID YOU WATCH THE LOVE SIMON TRAILER BECAUSE I WAS ALREADY IMPATIENT FOR THE ENTIRE MOVIE AND NOW I NEED TO STEAL A TARDIS BRB

26 thoughts on “The Weekly Hufflepuff #63 | I Am Eeyore

  1. I love this! You seemed to have had an eventful month. Also, that Eeyore blanket is so cute, and what your grandfather did just cracked me up. Hopefully December will be an even more amazing month for you!
    Stay strong and stay awesome! ❀️

  2. I am sorry to hear you haven’t been feeling well, but you accomplished so much this week. You got an adorable blanket and taping an audiotour sounds absolutely amazing. Also, you really looked very professional in that sound booth thingy :D GO YOU!!! Then you also wrote and blogged and you are awesome <3 thanks again for the shout out to my post! I will try and do a winter-themed write tag … maybe?

  3. I’m so sorry to hear you’ve been having a rough week, Michelle! Sending you all the love and hugs and hoping next week will be better. always here if you need to rant about all the things <3
    Thank you so much for sharing my posts!! <3 <3

  4. Fun fact: I’ve reread all of the Harry Potter books EXCEPT Goblet of Fire…. I don’t know why! I really need to get around to reading it again!

    Thanks for the shout out! <3

  5. Your blog is so lovely! I enjoy reading your weekly updates as well as reviews. :D I hope you’re feeling better mentally and physically soon. <3 Btw, that Eeyore is so cute!!!

  6. That blanket is the cutest thing, I love it! And I completely feel you with writing – I’ve got to be in such a particular mood, which is really frustrating. Mental health stuff makes all my writing so sad, which is the worst? I’m glad you have your friend to talk to, they sound great <3 And thanks so much for the shout out!!

    • Isn’t it?! Wearing it right now haha. Yeah same here! I know people say you should just write whether you feel like it or not, but that’s really hard, especially when struggling with your mental health.
      Yeah they’re the best! ❀ And you’re very welcome 😊

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