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So I thought that this would be a good idea to help you guys get to know me better! Let's start!


I don't have a middle nameMy favorite color is pinkMy first best friend's name was LeaI am 167 cm (5 feet 5 inches)I love both cats and dogs, but I think I would prefer to get a cat!As a clumsy person I've had lots of funny moments throughout school, but one that I remember happened during my first year (kindergarten). I kept asking the people in my class their names over and over again because somehow I couldn't remember them LOL!I have visited around 12 countries I thinkI am in high schoolMy favorite subjects are chemistry and biology, and my worst one is geographyMy favorite drink is my mom's strawberry margherita (if that's how you spell it)My favorite animal is a kitten or puppyI like both tea and coffeeI have no idea what I would name my children :)My favorite books are Me Before You and The Book ThiefMy favorite YouTube channel is BuzzfeedI am currently s…
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Hello and welcome to my blog! My name is Zeina and I am so happy to have you here :D This blog was made because of my love for books. Here I will be posting book reviews, book tags, hauls, and much more! I would highly appreciate it if you guys could subscribe to support my blog, and comment down below what you want me to post. I also do custom book reviews, so if you want me to review your book, just email me on zeinazgirl@gmail.com! Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you sticking around :)






BOOK REVIEW: Who You Are Is What You Do by Heather McAllister

Buy this book!

Book Type/Genre: Informative Guide About Self-Discovery And Making Career Decisions Age Recommended By Me: 15-22 Years Rating: 4/5 stars
Goodreads Summary: Heather McAllister has drawn on her experience as a career coach to create an essential resource for schools, students, and parents alike. This attractive and fun-to-use guide gets its readers asking the right questions about themselves. Although it is light, informal, and thought provoking, it draws on the insights of three great philosophers—Sartre, who says we are what we choose; Heidegger, who says we are the values that we choose; and Nietzsche, who says we are our passions. Utilizing an innovative approach to career counseling for "Generation Y," it encourages students to focus on their strengths and interests, not "the job." An ideal gift for any high school student, this personal workbook is also an expert resource for career counselors, teachers, and parents.
My Review: This book was a very …