The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.On my blog this week: The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt, a Pulitzer Price winning novel that sadly underwhelmed me. And a Top Ten Tuesday with five novels I loved more and five novels I loved less than I thought I would.
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This week is all in the title of this post. I've been battling a cough that makes my chest muscles hurt (but it's not actually a chest cough, it is just a really annoying normal cough) and I've been battling fever and exhaustion every day.
I managed to keep up with writing my thousand words a day and I even managed to keep my movement streak going, though my 20 minute jogs were pitiful!
In my kitchen this week: I tried my hand at Bibimbap, a Korean dish where you fry leftover rice and top it with vegetables and beef and an egg. Basically an easy and tasty way to get rid of food that is about to go off. I also made a stew with mushrooms, carrots and potatoes.
I wanted to go to the cinema. Moonlight, Fences and Hidden Figures are waiting for me. But sadly I don't think people will appreciate my coughing throughout the performance.
I was in a bit of a reading slump but I managed to finish Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo and hope to review it next week on this blog.
I hope everyone is having a great week!
Oh no, sorry you're still not well! Hope you feel better this week :)ReplyDelete
I am really looking forward to seeing those movies as well! They're on my "waiting list" with all the other Oscar nominated films :)
Looking forward to your review of Six of Crows!
Amy @ A Magical World Of Words
Slowly feeling better, thank you :) I hope you're having a great week.Delete
Urgh. It's never nice when you're feeing ill. Hope you recover soon and can pick-up your cinema visits!ReplyDelete
Thank you :) Hope you're having a great week.Delete
Gads, I am so sorry. I know what it's like when an illness lingers and you just want a break from your body. Feel better soon!ReplyDelete
Thank you and thank you for stopping by, hope you're having a great week :)Delete
Looking forward to Six of Crows since I have that one to read- hopefully soon! And hope you feel better! I had a cough too that lingered for a week or so and it was a pain...ReplyDelete
It sucks! I hate coughing. I hope you're having a great week.Delete
I hope you feel better soon. This is the first winter in a while I have not endured a cold. Enjoy Goldfinch - I love that book! It is a tremendous read. Loved it.ReplyDelete
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Oh no, so sorry to hear you are still sick. I am amazed you're still able to go jogging with that nasty cough. The stew with veggies sounds deelish. Unfortunately it's so unseasonable warm here that stew isn't even a thought.ReplyDelete
Tanya @ Girl Plus Books
"Jogging" haha! It's a shuffle...Delete
I have seen pictures of Bibimbaps and they look SO GOOD!! Maybe I should try making one. too bad or the reading slump but hey! you are writing! That's awesome I wish I could say the same :) I Hope you can read more this week :)ReplyDelete
I still need to finish Six of Crows. I started it a few months ago and got about half way through before setting it aside. I was enjoying it, though, I just got distracted. Hope you shake your cough soon!ReplyDelete
Oh Olivia! I hope you are better now. :( I'm so sorry to hear you were still so sick last weekend!ReplyDelete
Heading on to read your SOC review now!