Reading isn’t important because it helps to get you a job. It’s important because it gives you room to exist beyond the reality you’re given. It is how humans merge. How minds connect. Dreams. Empathy. Understanding. Escape.
—  Matt Haig, Notes on a Nervous Planet  |  @wnq-psychology


It’s guys, I cant even

I don’t know how its legal (is it?)

Know how you spend money on books, then agonize about not reading them for ages?

Originally posted by thehumming6ird

Anybooks is an app.


No credit cards, personal details. And no, the books are not old, boring public domain books.

Please someone more popular than me reblog this so people know about it.

I want you to know that I was never clever, I was never top of the class and I don’t say this to be modest, I was always in the middle, never really noticed as anything special. I had to work for my grades and where I am today, I mean work my ass off, I failed my favourite subject at a level, the one I was about to do at uni but went to uni for that subject anyway because it’s all I want to do. I want you to know that no matter how many set backs you have, you work your hardest you will get there and you will be happy.

Once you’re a reader, you never quite grow out of it. You may not have much time for it as an adult, but you’re still hooked on that magic.

Some notes and books :)

More painting (did a galaxy theme).

Finished watching (again, playing in the background mostly) all episodes of Modern Family. It’s one of the few shows where I can say that I like most if not all of the characters in one way or another, which is great :)

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