2019 Goals Mid-Year Review

It’s halfway through 2019, which means it’s time for another reading goals check in! I feel like I’ve been doing pretty well, but let’s jump in and see if that’s actually the case. Be sure to check out my first-quarter goals review to see how I’ve been doing since March! My 2019 Reading List: The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry. […]

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2019 Goals First Quarter Review

We’re officially a quarter of the way through the year! I set myself some pretty big goals for the year. So I thought I’d be interesting to take a look and see how I’m doing. Because there’s still enough time to catch up (without freaking out) if I’m not doing as well as I want […]

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2019 Reading Goals

It’s a new year, which means it’s time for some new reading goals! Starting a new year feels like a chance to start fresh. I like setting goals each year for my reading, because I like challenging myself. I don’t succeed at all of them, but I’ve set some goals in the past that have […]

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Looking Back on my 2018 Reading Goals

This was a weird year. There were a lot of changes in my life, which means my reading year did not go as planned. Which is fine. Sometimes life happens. But today, I wanted to look back on my reading goals for the year, and see how well I was able to do. I’m not […]

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Reading Goals for the Rest of 2018

We have a little more than four months left in 2018, and I think it’s a good time to reevaluate my reading goals. This summer, I was hit with a massive reading slump and struggled to read anything for over three months. It was bad. I read, but not nearly as much as I’d like […]

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Series I Want to Start/Finish/Continue in 2018

There are so many great series out there, and I feel like I haven’t been reading as much of them as I would like. I own more than a couple complete series I haven’t even started yet, and I think this year, I’d like to start working on at least figuring out if they’re series […]

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My 2018 Reading Goals

This year, I am setting myself a few reading goals, or reading resolutions, because there are a few things I want to work on. I think it’s important to continually improve myself as a reader, and this past year I really payed attention to my weaknesses and how I think I can improve. Here are […]

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