Weekly Rewind ~ 3.5.17

Posted March 5, 2017 by Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog in Weekly Rewind / 53 Comments

Weekly Rewind is a weekly feature where I will recap posts, books read, books bought and borrowed and whatever else from the past week. I’ve linked to The Sunday Post hosted by  Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
My reading slowed down a bunch this week because I am waiting on some audios from the library. I also focused on working out more this week which took away from reading and cleaning. It is so hard to balance everything!!  I think my son is going through a growth spurt or learning leap because he has been a beast this week. It has been super frustrating. Also the wind this week was insane. Hopefully better weather will come back soon. Hope you all had a great week!
Don’t forget to check out my giveaway for my blogoversary here!

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How was your week? Get any or read any amazing books?

Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog


53 responses to “Weekly Rewind ~ 3.5.17

  1. We had a really windy day too, almost like a mini wind storm. It got cold again too. 🙁 Maybe this week will be better ha ha!

    I hear you on time. There’s never enough…

    Have a great rest of the weekend!
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  2. I really disliked Stealing Parker. Miranda Keannelly’s books were so up and down for me. Maybe you’ll enjoy it better than I did though. And tell me about it. I did great working out for like 3 weeks. Then I had a minor surgery and then sickness hit our family. Now that we’re recovered I need to find my mojo back. Even still, it is so hard to balance everything when there are so few hours of “free time”. Have a great week!

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know
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  3. Happy second blogaversery! I entered your giveaway. I’m now following you on Twitter – I’ve been a Twitter beast lately. I’m supposed to be on there promoting my “Paleo Places” book, but I keep getting sucked down the political rabbit hole – so much crazy stuff going on!!!

  4. Ah, yes, balance. That was my One Word for last year, and all I can say about that is: some days and weeks are more balanced than others. I never found perfect balance.

    My One Word this year is Hope. How can I go wrong? LOL.

    After a sunshine-y week…it is raining today! Pounding rain. *sigh*

    I’ve been eyeing The Roanoke Girls…definitely want to read it.

    Enjoy your week…and thanks for visiting my blog.
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  5. Doesn’t it always seem like in order to get a handle on one thing something else has to give? *sigh* Let me know when you figure out that balance thing. So elusive. I’ve been seeing kind of lukewarm reviews for Undeclared – which is so disappointing after Undecided was so incredibly good.
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  6. Hi, Grace! Happy 2nd blogiversary! Hopefully, things with your son will calm down soon. My two-year-old is now home with me and the baby while big sis is at school. She has fully decided to be a terrible two. It’s driving my hubby nuts, but I’m “dealing” with it…slowly. Hey! I’ve got a lot of stuff to handle. 😉 Have a good week.
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  7. I know what you mean Grace, it can be so hard to balance everything, I actually had this last week off, but didn’t manage to get of the things that I wanted to do, I was hoping to read more, but of course this wasn’t the case 🙁 I’ve definitely been getting into audiobooks more lately, so look forward to seeing the ones that you’ll be trying out! I hope you have a great week! 🙂

  8. I’m hoping that my reading will pick up in March cause I haven’t been reading nearly as much as i planned to read.

    I’ve got my fingers crossed that the wind will calm down and that you have a great reading week. Hugs!

  9. The balance is so hard! I was doing really well at blogging when the Tornado first started school but then I started to go to the gym which took a chunk out of that time. I’m trying to set aside time for blogging but that’s easier said than done. Looking forward to your thoughts on The Roanoke Girls. It wasn’t for me but I think the book itself had a lot of merit. Have a great week!
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  10. hahaha “the cry it out method” had me snorting my juice. lol! I can definitely relate to that one. Especially inthe very early days of momhood (my daughter was colicy and had acid reflux). She cried constantly for almost a year….and so did I. lol! Momming is not for the weak. haha

    We had some crazy wind around here over the weekend. It was the REALLY cold wind that feels like it stings your face. Aaaand now it’s in the high 50s. lol Crazy weather!
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