Tag It Thursdays: The I Am More Happy Than Not Tag [1]


Tag it Thursdays: I occasionally get tagged by fellow bloggers to complete various tags. Once a month I will post my response. Please, feel free to tag yourself if any of these tags interest you!

This month’s tag:

The I Am More Happy Than Not Tag

This tag/hashtag was created by Shelumiel @The Bookish and Awesome blog in response to Adam Silvera’s debut book More Happy Than Not (sounds like an inspiring read if you ask me!). I was tagged by the always awesome Summer @Xingsings and always amazing Marie @drizzleandhurricanebooks; thank you both for the interesting challenge this tag presented me with!

    There are two rules:

    1. Answer the question in whatever way you prefer, whether it be a list or in a narrative form.
    2. Link back to the original post on The Bookish and Awesome via the link widget
I’m going to try the narrative form so we’ll see how that goes!

Whenever I look at my organized book shelf, though–like most readers/bloggers–it seems like 99.99% are unread, I am more happy than not.

Whenever I get a hold I’ve been dying to read comes in, though I already have 5 other books out and 2 more books come in and I wonder “why did I put so many books on hold!” and “why do they all have to come in at once!”, I am more happy than not.

Whenever I think “that would be a great story!”, though I never get around to writing it (either down so I remember or create the story at all), I am more happy than not.

Whenever I watch an episode of Game of Thrones and think “I really should start reading the books instead”, though I really don’t have the time to read such tomes or wait that long for the next novel, I am more happy than not.

Whenever I reread my reviews, and though I discover 30 bazillion spelling and grammar mistakes after I have published it, I am more happy than not.

Whenever I create an AWESOME way to tackle my TBR, though I don’t often manage to get ‘er done and it seems like I completely forgot about my new goal, I am more happy than not.

Whenever I pat myself on the back for scheduling a review wayyy in advance, though I often have to reshuffle its publication date or push it back for an ARC review, I am more happy than not.

Whenever I think about my blog and how much fun the last 2 years have been, even though it has taken a lot of time, creativity and keystrokes, I am more happy than not!


Thanks again ladies! This was a lot of fun and a lot easier than I thought it would be!

Feel free to tag yourself! Please link back if you do! I would love to read your responses!

What makes you more happy than not?

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Comments 5

  • I buy a ton of books but I also put books on hold. And I don’t read as often as other bloggers (my goal is to read 30 books this year), BUT YES. Why must all those books come in all at once. And I can totally relate about spelling/grammar mistakes after publication of a post. 😛 I’m so glad you did this, Lauren! 🙂

    • Thanks for the tag! It was a lot of fun and was very uplifting with all it’s positive energy.

      Murphy’s Law at it’s finest when it comes to everything happening at once. Never fails. I always have 30 things to do one weekend and then none the next….sigh

  • Thank you for doing the Tag, Lauren! I so can relate with blogging and schedule! And GoT! Gaaah. I stopped at Book 3; those books DEMAND time and effort! Also, I don’t frequent our libraries since they don’t usually have titles I’m interested in but I feel the same whenever I request eARCs and they get approved ALL AT ONCE! I’d say I hope you had fun but I’m pretty sure you did. 😉

    • Haha I had a lot of fun! Such a great tag!

      I’ve been lucky when it comes to the library that I’ve lived in bigger cities that have bigger budgets to get the latest and greatest books. My local library has definitely improved despite its small size 😉

      I definitely did that with eARCs the first time I discovered Netgalley!

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