2021 (Low Pressure) Reading / Blogging Goals

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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Author: passionatelyperusing

I have recently joined the book community and I am enjoying it. I will be reviewing books on this blog as well as posting other bookish related posts. Most of the books I read are Young Adult but I'll try to read any genre. Let me know your opinions, but be respectful of others. Don't forget to tell people about this blog if you enjoy it!

2 thoughts on “2021 (Low Pressure) Reading / Blogging Goals”

  1. I’m hoping to read 70 books this year but, like you, I’m keeping my goal number manageable as I don’t want something I love and enjoy to turn into a chore with a lot of stress around it. I’m also hoping to diversify my reading list – typically I read a lot of books based in the UK and USA (and written by British and American authors) so I want to read a lot more translated fiction and books set all over the world 🙂

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