After experiencing 2020, the bar is set so low as far as reading and blogging goes.
I had my reading goal set to 90 on Goodreads last year, and you can bet that my goals dropped down to 60 this year. It seems like a manageable number, and I’m not too worried about surpassing it or not hitting it. I’m pivoting my view of reading this year, and I’m excited to enjoy reading again. I think we can all agree that I need to diversify my reading, so that’s also on my list. Other than chipping away at the POPSUGAR Reading Challenge, that’s all for my reading goals.
Alright, blogging goals. Do I have any? No, not really. This is obviously a hobby for me, an escape. This doesn’t need to be a chore. I think my biggest goal is to work on the quality of my work rather than the quantity of blog posts. I also want to review every book I read this year, but I’m not going to beat myself up if I don’t accomplish that.
That’s it. I just want to work on being a quality reader and blogger. I want to focus on really thinking about what I read, so my reviews can be better. I know this wasn’t a very long post, but I just wanted to update you all.
P.S. This isn’t a reading/blogging goal, but I want to do more puzzles this year. I completed one I had for four years, and I had so much fun.
What are some of your 2021 goals?
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