With only four weeks of school left, exam season has officially begun, which means I’m spending every last second of my free time studying, making homework, and stressing out about school. This is also the reason why I didn’t blog for a few weeks (oops), but on the upside, summer holiday is around the corner and with that comes loads of free time to dedicate to, you guessed it, blogging. Today I’m back with a second installment of ‘What? To give who?’ Where I recommend which books to give to certain people, including the midlife crisis person and the cat lady. Let’s get started, shall we?
The midlife crisis person
Everyone has that one midlife crisis person in their life. It might be uncle Tim, who recently bought a Ferrari and moved to Italy with his new, 23 year old wife. Or it might your next door neighbor, who opened a salad bar based on kale last week and gives mindfulness classes on how to find your inner happiness. And if you haven’t got a midlife crisis person in your life, it’s probably you. But don’t stress, because I’ve got an awesome series of books to recommend you. Namely, the Ladybird Books for Grown-ups. There are eight titles in this series, ranging from Mindfulness to The hipster, and even The mid-life crisis is included.
The cat lady
I recently noticed that a very high percentage of bloggers are cat people. Now, there isn’t anything wrong with that, I’m a massive cat lady myself, but all I’m saying is that every (potential) cat owner should better be prepared for the worst case scenario. What if your cat is plotting to kill you, for instance? Good thing I recently found the perfect book to educate you on such scenario’s, namely: ‘How To Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting To Kill You’ by Matthew Inman. ‘How To Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting To Kill You is a comic books, which I first read two years ago (I think), and over the years I keep rereading it every few months simply because of the fact that it’s so very funny. I recommend this book the every person who considers getting a cat, or already has one. You know, just in case.
Okay, that was it for today! I hope you guys enjoyed this blogpost, despite it being a little short. Please leave a comment down below with your favorite books to give, and who knows, I might use it for the next part of ‘What? To give who?’. I’ll try to be back with another blogpost soon, but since I’m being smothered by exams at the moment, I’m not quite sure when that’ll be.
See you later alligators, Sophie