52 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge [Week Twenty-Two]: Something You Use Every Day

Hello beautiful people!

Book blogging is finally getting back on track! For once, I actually did my posts DAYS before they’re to be published rather than the night before…cool kid over here. And thanks to Book Bastion and BookBum, I’ve finally started to understand the ins and outs of NetGalley! Not only have I almost finished two reviews, I just got accepted for my first request of a book! Super stoked! Yes, I’m easily amused.

Any who…back to the actual post…this week was fairly easy. I don’t carry a lot of things with me, and definitely don’t have a lot of things I use every day. So, what did I come up with?

My iPod! Oh yes, I still use an iPod. I haven’t converted to using music on my phone and I don’t really use apps such as Spotify; I’m still determined to stick with my iPod and iTunes, the only two things I own that are related to Apple products I might add.

If there’s one thing I can’t live without, it’s music. Whether it’s walking to work or hanging out at a local coffee shop to read, I need my music. There was this one time I was taking the train home to visit…and my iPod died during the trip…I was rather frustrated, especially since it was nighttime so I couldn’t even distract myself by looking out the window to see the view. From that day forward, I’ve always made sure to have my iPod charged and to bring a cord just in case.

Music is such a wonderful thing, expressing so many emotions and thoughts that we all interpret different. Even instrumental music has a way of expressing and invoking certain feelings, without the need of words to describe them.

Short and sweet! What do you use every day?

5 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge [Week Twenty-Two]: Something You Use Every Day

  1. As much as I hate to admit it, I use some form of a computer every single day. I use a laptop for eight hours every day at work. I have my personal laptop at home, as well as my iPhone and my iPad. There are many days where it gets to be too much, and that’s when I find myself turning off all the screens and heading for a good book.

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    1. I feel you. Unfortunately I think that’s just part of our society. My job is in front of a computer and then I blog or do yoga at home, which is from a computer. I think that’s why I love going up to the cottage…all I do is sit and read or go adventuring 😁

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