Tag: year in numbers

Year in Numbers: 2018

2018 was kind of a mess starting in January, which is why I wasn’t posting here. And this year’s numbers are weird. 38 books read, no real highlights because I only read things for distraction, things that didn’t require my emotional or mental investment. I’m really hoping to change that this year, so if you have any book recommendations, I’m… Read more →

Year in Numbers: 2017

Guys, it’s been A Year. 38 books read (This is way fewer than last year and only beats 2014 in recent history. I’d be ashamed if I hadn’t also knit 7 sweaters, which is way more than I have ever knit. Ever. Highlights: Shadowhouse Fall by Daniel José Older and Electric Arches by Eve Ewing.) 41 knitting/crochet projects finished (This… Read more →

Year in Numbers: 2016

This is my 100th post, which I think is truly fitting for my year in numbers. 63 books read (This is 20 more than 2015 and I feel really good about that. Last year I fell in love with the fantasy works of Daniel José Older, Maureen Johnson, and Maggie Stiefvater.) 69 knitting projects completed (A bunch of those were… Read more →

Year in Numbers: 2015

43 books read (Totally pwned last year; my favorite reading moments involved discovering Rainbow Rowell and Patrick Rothfuss.) 56 knitting projects completed! (I actually listed everything as I finished it in the back of my planner instead of trying to remember it all at the end of the year. Very handy. Favorite FOs: the upcoming Rory Cowl, headed to TNNA… Read more →

Year in Numbers: 2014!

28 books read (Half of last year–I am ashamed. Best of the year, though: The Drop by Dennis Lehane. Only read it if you’re willing to believe the worst about everyone.) 47 knits bound off (Down again here but it’s okay. I finally finished a lace project [Haruni in Jade Sapphire Sylph], but my favorite is my Bigger on the… Read more →

2013 Year in Numbers!

56 books read (The best: Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman. Read it; you won’t regret it.) 62 completed knitting projects (favorite: do I have to pick? First Avenue Slouch, probably. It’s my favorite hat.) 3 hair colors (I do miss the turquoise.) 1 pet acquired (Oh bunny, you so fluffy.) 5 years of marriage celebrated… Read more →