September Recap: Ins & Outs

I’m not gonna lie- I’m beyond glad that September is done. It hasn’t been all that eventful or interesting; if anything, it’s been filled with more than a little disappointment. I’m super excited for October to come around, as a new month typically means a fresh start.

Let’s just jump into the September Recap, shall we?


1. It: Chapter Two

I saw this on opening weekend, and oh my GOD it was spectacular. I saw It back in 2017, and I love that film a lot. So it goes without saying that I had high expectations for the sequel. While I found it a bit on the long side (It’s almost three hours long!), I still think it was well done. If you love horror movies and/or Stephen King’s work, It: Chapter Two is a film that you need to see!

2. OrangeTheory Fitness

This isn’t an ad or a sponsorship in any way, shape or form, I swear! But I’ve been going to OrangeTheory Fitness for a few months now, and I’m enjoying it immensely. I’ve decided that starting next month, I’m going to attend many more classes so I can try my best to lose more weight and get healthier.

3. Coming up with a new book idea

With my current manuscript sitting on the backburn due to some length issues (among other things), I’ve decided to come up with a brand new book idea. It hasn’t been easy, though: nothing sounds good to me, and I feel like I won’t decide something anytime soon. I’m just glad that I decided to focus on writing a new book for once!


1. Starbucks food

Because I’ve been working at Starbucks way more than I should, I’ve been buying a ton of coffee there (naturally). But that also means that I’ve been buying food from there, too. While it’s tasty and works in a pinch, it’s really not the healthiest thing around. I need to go back to making my own meals again- it’s way cheaper!

2. Buying books

Speaking of saving money…another way I seriously need to do so is by not buying so many friggin’ books. I buy so many and then take forever to read them. It’s pathetic, I know. I’ve vowed to read at least 12 books (fiction, nonfiction and/or poetry) before I’m allowed to even consider buying another book.

3. Permanent retainer

After 10+ years of wearing a permanent retainer, I’ve finally switched to the non-permanent one.  It feels so good not feeling a metal wire behind my teeth for a change! Plus, they’ve been slowly feeling cleaner and cleaner since their removal.


That’s my September Recap! Hopefully, between Canadian Thanksgiving and Halloween, October will be more fun. I’m really counting on it!



Published by Elizabeth Sarah Larkin

Freelance Writer & Social Media Manager

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