Sunday Post: May 5

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Just another ordinary week here at Casa de Books on the Brain. I tried to get back to my routine where I get up at 4:30, go to the gym, and then head to work, but it just wasn’t happening. No matter how much sleep I got, I woke up utterly exhausted and depressed and couldn’t get out of bed for the gym. I compensated by going after work, so I got my workouts in, but man. I was in such a good routine all year, and then February hit and it all fell apart. I think part of it is I’m bored of the workout routines I’ve been doing. I’m going to try and mix it up a little and, if that doesn’t work, maybe purchase another round of personal training to see if that will motivate me. But, I guess as long as I’m going, it doesn’t matter if I do it in the morning or evening.

I also didn’t get as much reading done as I wanted to. I was enjoying An American Duchess by Caroline Fyffe for the most part, but not enough to read a whole lot each night. I finished it last night, but it took me way longer than it should have.

Monday: Book review of Aru Shah and the End of Time

Tuesday: Top 5 Sequels I Need to Get To

Wednesday: WWW Wednesday

Thursday: Book Review of Play it Again

Friday: Who Am I? Book Tag

Saturday: April Wrap-Up

Monday: Book review of An American Duchess

Tuesday: Top 5 Books I Want to Reread

Wednesday: WWW Wednesday

Thursday: Book review of Aru Shah and the Song of Death

Friday: The New Disney Princess tag

My new Kick Ass Playlist:

One Girl Revolution by Superchick

Just a Girl by No Doubt

The Bullpen by Dessa

Woman by Kesha

Not Your Little Girl by Jane Arden

Salute by Little Mix

Gunpowder & Lead by Miranda Lambert

I getting scared that I’m slipping back into a reading slump. I need to get on that before it’s too late.

How was your week? Drop a comment below and let me know what you’re reading!