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If my monthly Tbr wasn’t late I’d be afraid cirugia lumbar something was wrong. SO yes guys halfway into the month and we’re just now getting my tbr. In my defense the year stared off with some great reads that I had to finish and I wrote like 3 book reviews, started a new anime and a new craft. Also new semester means new classes. So I’ve been symptoms of herniated lumbar disk a bit busy.

This also lead to my first craft of the month, which was decorating my jar. because why would I start reading when I could start painting dolor lumbar izquierdo tratamiento. I had a lot of fun doing this and was very excited to use a TBR jar hoping it would force me to focus on all those books I’ve been putting off for so long.

• Last year I read around 160ish books. Logically I should have aimed for more like 170 maybe 180 but I don’t believe in logic when it comes to reading and I like a good challenge.

I’m hoping this also helps me get through a lot of the books I have at home that escoliosis lumbar de convexidad derecha “i’ll get to eventually.” While also planning to focusing on books i own…but don’t we all. I’ll see how that goes.

• Here’s my thing. I love writing, its a lot of fun, it allows me to be creative but its also a pain. I lack a lot of writing skills and need so much practice. I once heard that some people dolor lumbar derecho causas need to work dolor lumbar izquierdo causas on letting their skill catch up to their vision and I am one of those people. I start writing and get frustrated that I can’t write what I see in my head. So any writing is a priority this year. Meanwhile this doesn’t mean all i’m doing is writing, i’ll also allow for my creativity to be encouraged by books escoliosis sintomas and series. I think I just neeed to stop procrastinating to do what I want but I get bored easily.

• I loveeee watching series and movies in Spanish and I also understand it better in some cases but for some reason I don’t read in Spanish a lot. I blame the cost of the books. I mean preparacion para radiografia de columna lumbosacra bioimagen, your going to charge me $20 for a paperback just because it’s in Spanish while in english that same book is $10 in paperback? Thankfully the public library has more YA in Spanish. Now I just need to actually read and not take a month on a book because I’m questioning what the english translation of a specific joke is.

• My idea for writing on here was to talk about book/series/anime but to also do it in Spanish. My problem? My limited Spanish vocabulary escoliosis izquierda and how to format things and time. My spanish is fluent but my problem is that my english vocabulary is at times far more extensive than my Spanish one, which forces me to stop and translate the word or change it altogether desviacion lumbar because the phrase you wanted to use in one language doesn’t work in the other one. I debate format too much. Should I do 2 posts? One in Spanish and one in English? or should I split the post in 2? I am very indecisive. Then the time preparacion para radiografia de columna lumbosacra it takes to write a post and then translate it…*snore*😪 Which all just leads back to procrastination. Hopefully I find a way around these issues. I’ll probably wing it or ask on the Goodreads or Insta que es escoliosis dorsal polls.

• My biggest things is my inability to DNF. I somehow managed to DNF 4(?) books last year but I keep feeling them like in itch at the back of my neck. My worry has always been the fear of missing out on a good book, and when it come to a series I’m afraid that I’ll miss out on the story or the writing improving. I hope I can remember that life is too short estenosis lumbar tratamiento to be spent on bad books. Which leads to my next point…

• I struggle so much with rating books. A lot of the times it’s due to books that I really love but when it comes down to it they aren’t really hernia discal lumbar sintomas y signos good. I have a tendency to rate a book as soon as I’m done reading and don’t allow myself to process the book. I see this a lot with my older reviews in how I was so in love with a book at the time but now that I look back at it I either don’t remember that contractura lumbar izquierda much about it or don’t really like it as much as I had said. My newer stuff have gotten better at that so I hope I can continue to improve.