Your Weekend Reading, Watch & Listen list #4
Welcome to your first weekend reading list of 2019! January is absolutely flying by and the festivities of Christmas feel like they were months ago, I’ve been gradually getting back into the swing of things and trying to do right by my resolutions. I’ve been watching, listening and reading to so many great things at the moment that I’ve been excited to share this post with you as there are some real gems in here, enjoy!
Watch Sex Education on Netflix, it’s incredibly well written and has so much heart to it.
You is also a somewhat of a good watch, it’s easy to binge but there is just something about it which makes it hard to give it 5 stars.
Tidying Up With Marie Kondo is such a nice watch, I need to master the folding technique on Josie & Edie’s jumpers.
Split is a brilliant film which is part of the Unbreakable series.
Ferne Cotton’s podcast Happy Place is one of my favourites anyway but I loved the episode with Bryony Gordon.
I also loved the episode of the What She Said podcast with Barbora Kurcova on breaking Instagram rules.
Music wise I’ve been listening to a lot of Queen after finally watching Bohemian Rhapsody, such an incredible film.
I finally finished Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton, full review coming soon.
And I’m currently reading Will You Love Me by Barby Keel, all about a rescue greyhound.
Jessica over at Little Henry Lee’s 2018 in Review post was such a nice read.
This post from Katy at Little Winter about The Best Weekend Trips In The UK is so good if you’re planning a little staycation.
Such a big list of book recommendations over on A Rosie Outlook.
Anna Considine wrote an absolutely guide to budgeting your finances when it’s not something you enjoy.
As always Liv’s blog is always a source of inspiration and her 2019 catch up was such a nice read.