June 5th – 30 Day Reading Challenge Update

So. Yesterday, June 4th, I may or may not have not finished a book. I am such a disappointment! I will attempt to double up today, or tomorrow, but it won’t count as the day I missed. School is catching up with me, especially since it’s the end of the year, so it’s hard to juggle all of this at once. I will still be continuing the challenge and encourage you to do the same.

At the moment, I am buddy reading a book names Finding Audrey by: Sophie Kinsella. Aside from the other eight books I am reading (it’s safe to say I am in a reading slump), I am also reading yesterday’s book, Burned by: Ellen Hopkins, which I will try and finish tomorrow (I am all over the place). I am 96% done with We Are the Ants by: Shaun David Hutchinson, a.k.a. June 18th’s read. I know. So much for having an organized system. I will update the reading order as I go!

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30 Day Challenge Reads – June

June 1st – DNF

June 2nd – Asylum, By: Madeleine Roux

June 3rd – Girl Online, By: Zoe Sugg

June 4th – DNF

June 5th – We Are the Ants, By: Shaun David Hutchinson

June 6th – Girl Online: On Tour, By: Zoe Sugg

June 7th – Finding Audrey By: Sophie Kinsella

June 8th  – Have a Nice Day, By: Julie Hapern

June 9th – Frost Blood By: Elly Blake

June 10th – Every Exquisite Thing, By: Matthew Quick

June 11th – DNF

June 12th – DNF

June 13th – The Memory Book By: Lara Avery

June 14th – DNF

June 15th – DNF

June 16th – Before I Fall, By: Lauren Oliver

June 17th – Catching Fire, By: Suzanne Collins

June 18th – Deenie, By: Judy Blume + A Corner of the Universe By: Ann M. Martin

June 19th – Hungry, By: H.A. Swain + 13 Little Blue Envelopes, By: Maureen Johnson

June 20th – The Maddie Diary, By: Maddie Ziegler

June 21st – Will Grayson, Will Grayson, By: John Green

June 22nd – DNF

June 23rd – DNF

June 24th – DNF

June 25th – Moonwalking with Einstein, By Joshua Foer

June 26th – DNF

June 27th – DNF

June 28th – DNF

June 29th – DNF

June 30th!! –DNF


If any of you would like to join me in this challenge, comment below! I just finished reading The Memory Book by: Lara Avery, and will soon be starting Burned by: Ellen Hopkins. You can participate in the challenge with books of your choice. Either way, I would love to hear how everyone’s progress is going and the books you hope to read. Do not take this challenge too seriously, as I have already missed the first day of the month! Just have fun with it! Good luck!


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30 Day Reading Challenge?

Greetings! As you can see by the title, starting on June 1st, I personally made a goal to read one book a day this whole month. Now to be fair, I started May 29th, but I will not be counting that of course. I also totally butchered June 1st because I was unable to finish the book! All in all, this challenge is going just swell. If any of you would like to join me, please feel free to do so! Comment books you will like to read and ones you have in common with me, we could talk about it as we read. Shortly, I’ll post a list of the books I will (and have) read this month.

It is safe to say that OverDrive.com is one of my unhealthy addictions. If any of you have not heard of OverDrive, it is basically an app/website where you can borrow e-books, audio books, and videos just like your local Library. You actually have to connect your library card to your account to activate it and personalize the books you can borrow according to your libraries e-zone catalog.

All of the books I will be reading this month either come from my local library, or OverDrive.com. I sincerely recommend you guys to download this app, because it not only saves you time, but money as well. (I am not affiliated with this company.)

What is your goal this month? It is good to set goals for yourself every once in a while. Whether it is one to be accomplished in a week, month, or year, setting goals can really boost up your confidence and personality. Make them simple. Choose a goal you normally would do, but challenge yourself a step further.

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This is Me.

Hello humans and welcome to the newly opened blog, InformalMee. Let me introduce myself. I am Aishah, and I have zero experience with blogging! Great. Now that we have that down, let’s go more in depth. I am a teenager who is still attending high school and hopes to pursue her complicating dreams. Some of my hobbies include: Traveling, taking pictures, playing sports, snail mailing, writing, reading, talking about things that usually don’t make sense when they escape my mouth, gaming, watching TV series, and drawing.

What will I be posting on this blog? Well, what I am trying to convey when making this blog, is not only the events that go on in my life and the things I adore, but what you love and do as well. I think it is important to share things you would not normally share publicly in a safe and anonymous way if you please to do so.

Hopefully, this blog site will not get as messy as my actual life is! I intend on posting photographs, current moods, feelings, trashy thoughts (not necessarily negative) book reviews, craft ideas, snail mail, really anything I would enjoy doing in my free time that I would love to share with the rest of you.

Now as I said, I am new at this whole blogging world, therefore, cut me some slack if I A) don’t interest you or B) don’t post regularly. Then again, if I do not interest you, you can just as easily move on and click away because no one is forcing you to read this. Or at least I hope not!

I think that’s enough cringyness for today.

Stay Informal,