Winnie the Pooh Quotes

I’ve shared another quotes post a long time ago, but lately, I’ve been really into quotes from Winnie the Pooh. They’re so sweet and heartwarming, and with such a big impact for everyone, both children and adults. Also, I’ve always just had a soft spot for these characters. Funnily enough, I got into them more when I was older than when I was a kid.

Here are some of my favourite quotes!

25 Heart Warming Quotes From Winnie The Pooh That We Brighten Up Your Day

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One of my most top quotes is this one. “You are stronger than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think”. It always makes me feel more confident in myself, we all doubt ourselves, but we really are capable of more than we think.

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Another one that I loved so much, that I printed a little card of it. Love is a feeling. Enough said. Such a sweet way of explaining the concept of love.

Winnie the Pooh quotes for your wedding vows as seen on @offbeatbride #wedding #weddingvows #vows

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The pin this came attached to was about ‘vow worthy’ quotes from Winnie the Pooh, and I could see this working as a vow. It can be about a special connection with anyone you meet though, not just a lifelong partner, it could be a lifelong friend as well. Sometimes you meet someone, and you just know something amazing is going to come from that relationship.

Winnie the Pooh stands out in gold foil detail as he marches through an illustration of the Hundred Acre Wood. Pooh addresses the key qualities of a special teacher giving you the perfect introduction to compliment a deserving teacher in your own school.

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This is a Hallmark card, but it’s also such a true quote. Having someone believe in you makes a huge difference! It’s so important, and another little nugget of inspiration.

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Another quote that is just so sweet. When you’re with loved ones, just hanging out and having fun, you don’t realize that you’re making so many amazing memories.

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I ended it on one of the most bittersweet ones. I think in the story, the goodbye is a short one, but it could relate to a bigger goodbye to someone. The way it’s phrased is meta and sweet, “Can’t we go back to page one and do it all over again?”. This hit me the hardest, and I think it’s definitely a poignant one to leave this on.

Do you guys know Winnie the Pooh? What was your favourite childhood quotes?


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Reading Challenge Book List

Reading Challenge Book List

I mentioned recently that I completed my Reading Challenge for this year. I thought it would be fun to go back and look at all the books I’ve read as part of this challenge. I’ll also include little snippets about my thoughts on the book, just as a refresher.

If you want more detailed thoughts on the book, you can check them out in my previous Reading Challenge Posts!

1) Dark Places by Gillian Flynn


Mystery/Thriller. 349 pages. Read in January. Rated 4 stars.

2) The Martian by Andy Weir


Sci-Fi/Adventure. 369 pages. Read in March. Rated 5 stars.

3) Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan

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Young Adult/Contemporary. 310 pages. Read in March. Rated 3 stars.

4) The Princess Bride by William Goldman


Fantasy. 398 Pages. Read in March. Rated 5 stars.

5) Brave New World by Aldous Huxley


Classics/Sci-Fi. 268 Pages. Read in March. Rated 2 stars.

6) Bossypants by Tina Fey


Biography/Humour. 283 pages. Read in April. Rated 4 stars.

7) The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins


Mystery/Thriller. 323 pages. Read in April. Rated 4 stars.

8) The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler


Drama/Feminism. 185 pages. Read in April. Rated 3 stars.

9) Me Before You by Jojo Moyes


Romance/Chick-Lit. 369 pages. Read in May. Rated 5 stars.

10) After You by Jojo Moyes


Romance/Chick-Lit. 353 pages. Read in June. Rated 4 stars.

11) Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded by Hannah Hart


Biography. 272 pages. Read in June. Rated 4 stars.

12) The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson


Humour/Self-Help. 224 pages. Read in June. Rated 5 stars.

13) The Life Changing Magic of Tidying: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo


Self-Help. 224 pages. Read in July. Rated 5 stars.

14) After I Do by Taylor Jenkins Reid


Chick Lit/Romance. 352 pages. Read in July. Rated 3 stars.

15) The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood


Sci-Fi/Dystopia/Feminism. 311 pages. Read in August. Rated 5 stars.

16) The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum


Childrens. 155 pages. Read in August. Rated 3 stars.

17) The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson


Mystery/Thriller. 465 pages. Read in October. Rated 5 stars.

18) The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson


Mystery/Thriller. 503 pages. Read in October. Rated 4 stars.

19) The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest by Stieg Larsson


Mystery/Thriller. 563 pages. Read in October. Rated 3 stars.

20) He’s Just Not That Into You: The No-Excuses Truth to Understanding Guys by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo 


Self-Help/Relationships/Humour. 208 pages. Read in October. Rated 3 stars.

That’s all the books I’ve read as part of this challenge. I’m still trying to read more books, I’m figuring out what my goal for next year could be. I’m hoping 30, but that sounds too ambitious. As for the books I’ve already read, I feel like I read a big range. I get bored if I keep reading from the same genre over and over. I’ve never had a favourite one. I like mixing fiction and non-fiction, as well as light, funny books with more serious ones.

What books have you guys been reading lately?


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The Book Blogger Test

Janah nominated me for this book tag! I don’t do book tags often since I don’t read that much, but this one looked like fun, so thanks Janah!!


  • Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog.
  • Answer the ten questions asked on this post.
  • Nominate at least five people to do the tag.
  • Let your nominees know you nominated them.


  • What are your top 3 book pet peeves?

When a book starts off good, but then ends weird. When a book I want to borrow from the library has a really long wait list. When my kindle runs out of battery. That’s all I can think of actually.

  • Describe your favorite reading spot.

Either in bed, or in my armchair. Both places I like to be wrapped up in blankets. As long as I’m comfy and there’s a blanket nearby, it’s a favourite reading spot.


  • Tell us 3 book confessions.

I don’t think I have any book confessions. Oh wait, I used to do that thing where you dog ear books! Until I realized that I should just use a bookmark.

  • When was the last time you cried during reading a book?

I can’t really remember. Not for a long time. I think it might be when I read The Fault in Our Stars back in 2013. That’s the last time I can clearly recall crying while reading.


  • How many books are on your bedside table?

None. Oh, but my kindle is on my bedside table technically actually. So like 20 books I guess.

  • What’s your favorite snack to eat while you’re reading?

I don’t have a particular favourite snack while reading. I just have my regular snacks.

  • Name 3 books you would recommend to anyone.

Out of recent books, I’ll go with: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson. Yes Please by Amy Poehler. The Martian by Andy Weir.

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  • Show us a picture of your favorite book on your bookshelf.

I literally only have Harry Potter on my shelf. The rest of the books I own are all electronic.

  • Describe how much books mean to you in just 3 words.

Stories. Imagination. Dreams.

  • What is your biggest reading secret?

That I hate long books. If it’s longer than like 600 pages, then I probably won’t want to read it.


I’m going to leave this tag open to anyone who wants to do it!