Weekly Rewind ~ 6.5.16

Posted June 5, 2016 by Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog in Features, Weekly Rewind / 49 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 and Stacking the Shelves hosted by  Team Tynga’s Reviews.
Boring week here which is a goo thing right?? I liked all the books I read so there is that! We are starting potty training my youngest this weekend and I am dreading it. Like big time. Wish me luck! 

This week in blog posts

This week in reading

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Frannie and Tru // Year of Yes // One True Loves

Stacking the Shelves

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Bought Anything Could Happen // Last Will and Testament // 
Love, in Duology: The Love in English and Love in Spanish Bundle
For Review Results May Vary
Borrowed   Salt to the Sea
Freebie   44 Chapters About 4 Men

Random of the Week

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Quote of the Week

“Happiness comes from living as you need to, as you want to. As your inner voice tells you to. Happiness comes from being who you actually are instead of who you think you are supposed to be.”
― Shonda Rhimes, Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person

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

Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog

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49 responses to “Weekly Rewind ~ 6.5.16

  1. Year of Yes looks good…great quote! I also want One True Loves, and I’m curious about The Outliers.

    Potty training is one of those struggles that hints at what lies ahead, in all the future struggles in parenting…lol.

    Good luck…enjoy your week, and thanks for visiting my blog.
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  2. Boring is sometimes a good thing. I like a calm, uneventful week once in awhile! Good luck with the potty training. I wish I had some words of wisdom, because that was the worst experience in parenting for me, to date. Lol. I guess the most important thing was to let Sunnie do it on her own time, and when she was ready. I didn’t force it too much, because she was so stubborn. She did it when she wanted to, and it was before she started preschool, despite my constant worrying that she’d be in diapers until she was 10. LOL.
    I loved Salt to the Sea!!! It’s SO good. Enjoy!
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  3. I had an okay reading week Grace, but envious of the Taylor Jenkins Reid I’m seeing everywhere which you have as well. Also Kimberly McCreight’s. I read one of her earlier books but haven’t seen anything new on offer here in Australia. I must check it out!
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  4. A nice quiet boring week can be good–most definitely. 🙂 I am glad your reading has been good. Good luck with the potty training. That is definitely something I am glad to have behind us. Although,my five year old was rushing to the restroom Saturday, didn’t quite make it, changed her clothes on her own and forgot to tell anyone she’d stuffed her wet clothes in the laundry basket. She was so proud of “fixing” the problem herself. LOL Deception Island is on my radar to read. I hope you have a great week!
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  5. I NEED to read Salt to the Sea. It just looks so good. I recently watched an author interview and my interest is peaked. Not that all the the reviews haven’t got my attention. Great haul this week!
    I wonder how you are liking Frannie and Tru. I have mixed feelings.
    Good luck with potty training. I know it sucks but I would rather potty train triplets then deal with the struggles of one of my teenagers. It is getting really ugly here. Good luck!
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