Thank god it is finally the end of 2020! What a disaster of a year, which I am sure we are glad to see the back of. I didn’t do all the well at sticking to my goals — in particular not buying books — but yet it was a horrible and stressful year so I’m not being too hard on myself.
So, since it’s only fitting, I thought I’d share with you my goals and challenges for 2021.
I cannot believe it’s the end of 2019 and the end of another decade! Man, this year has flown past. In 2019 I excelled at my reading goals, reading over 100 books in a year for the first time and failed miserably at my writing goals. Here’s to 2020!
So, since it’s only fitting, I thought I’d share with you my goals and challenges for 2020.
Hi all! I’m here today to share with you my, slightly ambitious, reading goals for 2016.
I have decided to part take in the Goodreads Reading Challenge but setting my goal at 50 books. I decided to set my goal low so not to make me anxious about my reading next year. Also it’s the first year I will be doing this challenge and I thought this would be a good starting point.
On top on this, I have decided to do not one but two reading challenge! The second challenge I will doing is another Goodreads challenge called, Around the Year in 52 Books. As the title suggests, the goal is to read 1 book for every week of the year. The Goodreads group has set a different challenge for each week – for example, a book with blue on the cover.
Listed below are the books I have hoping to get to next year! It will be fun to check in at the end of the year to see how well I stuck to my plan.
1. A book you meant to read in 2015, but didn’t: Skin by Ilka Tempke