As I did last season, I'm back with some seasonal goals, a winter bucket list and a seasonal TBR. There's not THAT much on here and I feel like most is achievable so.. Let's take a look!
January Jam Jar is dedicated to two things, being those readers who are able to use a jar to decide their next read and the books we really wanted to read in 2018 but didn't succeed at. Putting those together, we get a month where we'll try and use a TBR jar filled with the books we desperately wanted to have read by now!
If there's one thing I love about one year ending and a new one beginning, it's all the possibilities of setting goals, finding challenges and compiling lists of things we want to achieve during the next year. I figured I can't possibly be on my own in that one, since I know we all love reading challenges. Not to mention setting ourselves reading goals to challenge ourselves throughout the year! So here I am.. setting some goals / challenges!
We all know the drill by now, since it's something that's so "general" and.. world-wide known: setting yearly goals whenever the start of a new year is approaching. Those goals can include anything at all, but.. for us specifically? There's always some kind of reading goal involved. Reading goals that remain goals for a while, but eventually turn into a challenge because.. we always, always need to catch up on them. Then, after a while, the pressure comes into the mix because we really want to succeed and be able to say "I did it!" at the end of the year. But is it really all that realistic to put up a yearly goal without knowing what's going to happen throughout the year?
The challenge where you remember all those goals you set yourself at the start of the year and focus on reaching them! Whether it's a general goal, a specific bingo sheet or maybe a set TBR - those are what we're going to focus on!
Autumn has arrived! And since I already put up my next seasonal goals, bucket list and TBR, it only makes sense to wrap up the previous one. Which is exactly what I'm going to do!
It's time for a first-timer on my blog - A READ-ALONG! And not just any read-along. It by Stephen King is the monster I'll be tackling throughout October. Are you up for the challenge?