Month In Review: November 2017

Month In Review: November 2017

Hey friends! It’s already time for another ‘Month In Review’ post! If you’ve been following along for awhile now, I do these posts monthly as a way to catch up with you guys and get a little bit more personal. This month, I’ve added a couple extra categories to mix it up a little. I hope you enjoy!


Month In Review: November 2017


Where I’ve Traveled

Much like the last couple months, I haven’t traveled anywhere. Unless you count to various family member houses on Thanksgiving? Maybe I should just remove this next section until I go on my next trip in July lol. But guys, weddings are expensive…

What I’ve Read

It's time for another month in review! This time, I cover everything I did and everything I've read in the month of November. Click here to read more.

I’ve read three books this month, which is pretty good considering the fact that I’m in the midst of a book slump after finishing my reread of Harry Potter again. First, I read Bird Box by Josh Malerman. If you haven’t already, be sure to read my full book review of it. I absolutely loved it and it genuinely terrified me, which does take quite a lot so that’s why I’m giving this book such high praise. Next, I read some poetry – The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur. I’m undecided if I enjoyed this more or less than Milk & Honey, as there were some poems that really packed a punch and some that were just eh. Either way, I did enjoy it but it wasn’t a five-star read. Lastly, I’ve read The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling) and I loooooved it. I can’t wait to get my hands on the second book in the series.

Related:   Book Review: Bird Box by Josh Malerman

Life Musings

It's time for another month in review! This time, I cover everything I did and everything I've read in the month of November. Click here to read more.

First things first, thank you guys for over 4000 Facebook likes!!! That’s just mindblowing to me and I feel so thankful for each and every one of you. And if you haven’t already, be sure to go like me on Facebook! Okay, that sounds very strange lol. Like Wondering & Wandering on Facebook? That’s better, I think.

Okay, back to life. It’s been revolving around this blog, work, and planning my wedding. My wedding dress has been picked up from the shop and is awaiting alterations. We’re officially asking the wedding party next month with some cute gifts, and we still have to find a caterer. The wedding planning stress is definitely starting to kick in. But, it also doesn’t feel real yet that I’m getting married. I’m just going to enjoy every bit of the planning process.

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What I’ve Been Loving

It's time for another month in review! This time, I cover everything I did and everything I've read in the month of November. Click here to read more.

I have two movies to name that I’ve loved. First, Thor: Ragnarok. It was AMAZING! I love Loki so much. And I also strangely loved Hela?? She’s such a babe. The second movie was IT which I just saw today actually. Now, it was as scary as I expected and hoped it’d be, but I still really enjoyed it. I’m quite excited for the second film to come out.

There’s some food that I’ve been really enjoying lately as well, which should come to no surprise lol. Lasagna guys. Lasagna is the food of the gods and I don’t even want to know how many pounds of it I’ve eaten this month. And also green bean casserole, which is a staple for me around Thanksgiving.. except I’ve been eating it all month lol. And don’t even get me started on pumpkin pie and whipped cream. Mostly whipped cream.

Anyways, that’s all for now! Until next month…

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Bri is the Harry Potter obsessed founder of Wondering & Wandering. When she's not blogging or traveling, you can usually find her in bed with a good book and a glass of wine.

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