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I’m a book worm, a book o file, a reader. And being more scrupulous about my books is a great challenge. This post might really help!
My husband and I have a lot of books. Before writing this post I did a quick count of everything stored on our bookshelves and discovered over 300 books! And that doesn’t include the kids’ books or those stored in boxes in the loft. I love books and, even more, shelves crammed with them. Having grown up in a house with lots of them I find it strange to visit homes that don’t have any. I also do some volunteer reading with local primary school children and know how important it is for kids to have access to books. At the moment our bookshelves look like this and, yes I know it’s sad that I have colour coded the books:
BUT as I start to embrace the concept of minimalism and de-cluttering I know the book issue is one I have to tackle. I know that Joshua Fields Millburn from…
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a blog by a multilingual expat-since-birth, linguist, researcher, speaker, mum of three, living in the Netherlands and writing about bilingualism/multilingualism, multiculturalism, parenting abroad, international life...