Spring to-read list

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I don’t know about you but where I live, spring doesn’t look very springlike yet. I’m hopeful that the change will happen soon, mostly because I’m tired of wearing my winter coat and I’d like to put my boots away for the season. But despite my eagerness for winter to end, spring isn’t my favourite season. Not because I don’t appreciate the slight warmup or the change in wardrobe, but because it’s such a short-lived season that feels like it only exists to give fashion magazines the excuse to push floral dresses. Spring is also the time of year when the city streets look particularly filthy, thanks to several months-worth of dirt accumulation. Not to mention that classic spring smell of unearthed dog poop. So basically what I’m trying to say is that I’m looking forward to spring being over because that means summer can finally begin.
While I wait for those hot & humid days, these are some of the books I’ll be reading.

The year of less: how I stopped shopping, gave away my belongings, and discovered life is worth more than anything you can buy in a store
by Cait Flanders

The hate u give
by Angie Thomas

Destination simple: everyday rituals for a slower life
by Brooke McAlary

The Hazel Wood
by Melissa Albert

How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us about Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence
by Michael Pollan

The immortalists
by Chloe Benjamin

Meet the Frugalwoods: achieving financial independence through simple living
by Elizabeth Willard Thames

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