Happy summer! It's Sophie! This week I've still been listening to Olivia Rodrigo's new album, SOUR, and BTS' new song Butter, reread some great books, created a few new Spotify playlists, and watched Disney + movies, played a fun google doodle, and more. Read on to find out more about this week's adventure!
This week's Spotify Playlists
If you're ready for summer, be sure to check out these playlists I've listened to this week!
My Spotify username is hellosophiehere, if you want to check them out!
Have fun and enjoy!
Perfect for relaxing in a hammock
Chilling at the beach
Perfect for walking on the runway...
Reading selection For this Week
I've had more time to read because school's almost out!
Here is this week's selection of books I've read or am reading. Enjoy!
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
By J.K. Rowling
This week I'm rereading the Harry Potter for the third time. It's been a while, so I've decided to read this glorious series again. I'm reading Book 2 this week. Filled with whimsical writing, this book takes you on an adventure, with wizard-in-training Harry in his second year at Hogwarts with his two new best friends, Ron and Hermione.
Liar & Spy
By Rebecca Stead
This book is about an "uncool" kid named Georges who's having a tough time at school and at home. When he moves into a new apartment, friendships are made and trust is broken, in this stunning novel by bestselling author, Rebecca Stead.
watching Disney plus
Some of the Disney movies and series I've been watching!
In this coming-of-age movie, 13 year-old, Lizzie McGuire, juggles between school, her friends, her parents, and her annoying, little brother. This series is perfect for anyone who is looking for something to watch. Comes with inspo for outfit ideas and trendy 2000s bedrooms!
Available on Disney +
I had fun playing one of this week's google doodles!
You can try to play too!
This interactive game Doodle celebrates swing dancing and the Savoy Ballroom—an iconic Swing Era dance hall that thrived from the 1920s to 50s in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood. On May 26 2002, Frankie Manning and Norma Miller, two of members of Whitey's Lindy Hoppers, unveiled a commemorative plaque where its entrance once stood.
Here are some images that I found credit of pintrest!
You can screenshot them to use as wallpaper!