Pretty sure we all have a list, a list that signifies us as a book lover. Maybe it’s not down on paper, but it lives in our minds as the signs we’re one of those people. Yes, that’s right, it’s all about the “signs you’re a book lover.” We know we all have one.
There are some distinct things on these sorts of checklists, most of which I feel is pretty darn universal. At least they “feel” as if they are. I have a feeling those of us who have a list like this will relate to each other’s list points. I feel as though my list is rather small, but nonetheless there are certainly a few things that seem to point to a love of being, well, a book lover.
(Disclosure: this post does contain affiliate links; if you buy anything through these links, I may receive a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. Read the disclosure page for details. If you have purchased anything through our links, thank you. We’re grateful.)
1: Cover Buys!
I am 1000% percent guilty of this. Not sure if it’s a good thing, but I continuously pick up reads that sway me by their cover design. Here’s a few of my recent pre-buys:
2: Happy at Home with a Hardcover (aka Books)
It may be cliché, but it’s true. I’m usually pretty happy enjoying a good book. Of course, like anyone, I like to get out and about now and then, but if I have tasks that need to be done or a task lists (blog work, photos to take, cleaning, something to cook/bake), a TV show to binge (what… some of them are THAT good!!) or a good book, I’m pretty happy.
3: Never Leave Home without a Book
It’s maybe happened once (or twice?) that I have opportunity or need to have a book with me as a “time killer” when I go out. But I always grab a book when I leave the house, because, well, one never knows when you might need to fill some time – and what better way to do this than by reading??
4: Reorganizing is Fun…?
Ok, so this isn’t probably a popular feeling, but I kind of enjoy the reorganization process (and desperately need to engage in this activity because my books are out of hand – again). It’s so helpful to “refresh” the shelves
5: When you Have More Books Than Shelf Space
This struggle is real. I have this problem way too often to be honest, but I also enjoy the aforementioned reorganization process and best of all, the “spring cleaning” part that is unhauling books. But one of the best ways to know we’re a book nerd is
Thank you for visiting Finding Wonderland
What types of things would make your “signs you’re a book lover” list; do ever think about these things? Comment all of your thoughts down blow.Five of the Happy Signs You’re a Book Nerd. Talking a few of the "signs you're a book lover" scenarios. What are some you recognize? #TopTenTuesday #BookNerd #BookLover #Bookish Click To Tweet
Linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday March 30: Ten Signs You’re a Book Lover (basically, people know you’re a book lover because… i.e., you’re always carrying a book or two, your library card broke from overuse, etc.)