January 2015 Wrap Up

Where in the world has this month gone?! The first month of 2015 is already done and dusted! I’m not sure about everyone else, but for me it went crazy fast!

Here’s a wrap up of my month:

My Book Reviews in January:
—- A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall – 3 stars
—- Anatomy of a Misfit by Andrea Portes – 2.5 stars
—- The Memory Keepers by Natasha Ngan – 3 stars
—- Three Amazing Things About You by Jill Mansell – 3.5 stars

My Author Interviews in January:
—- Amanda Holohan
—- Rachel Kelly
—- Dominique Butler

What I’ve been up to this month:
1. I joined the gym this month – Which is a huge deal for me. I’m not a big exerciser, but I signed up, committed and and I’ve been doing classes three to four times a week ever since, which has been excellent. I’m heading to America in April and I have set a goal to climb Mount Warning in March and also do a Tough Mudder in August. Woo!

2. Back to work – I managed to have almost two weeks off over Christmas, so it was back to work for me. Which has been nice. I work with a really nice team, so I’m happy to be back.

3. Friday Night Girls Night – I broke up with my boyfriend of 2.5 years last October and since that time I’ve been heading out every Friday night with the girls. I’ve been getting some friends together and my mum has been getting her friends together and we’ve been going out to have dinner and some drinks every weekend. It has been so much fun and I’ve had some great nights out this month!

What I’ve been watching:

1. Archer

2. The Originals

3. The Vampire Diaries

How has your January been?

About Jodie @ Words Read & Written

Book blogger & aspiring author.
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5 Responses to January 2015 Wrap Up

  1. Laurie says:

    Excellent productive month!


  2. Manu Kurup says:

    That’s not a wasted month. In fact, it is perfect. May the coming months be more productive and enjoyable.


  3. Paul J Gies says:

    I’ve been finishing my realistic medieval fantasy “His Daughter Sophie.” I’ve been watching “New Tricks,” from the BBC, reading Gilgamesh and Terry Pratchett, teaching math and H. P. Love rad and being in love with my wife Laura. And SHE got my earlier fantasy novel, “Princess of Ghosts,” on Amazon as an e-book


  4. Kassie says:

    I love the idea of Friday night dinners with the girls! I don’t know why I haven’t made my friends do that since it’s so difficult to keep up with everyone otherwise. I hope February treats you well!


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