At long last, I am a college/uni graduate and fully vaccinated and looking forward to Doing Things again. (Not sure what Things, exactly, but I’ll figure it out.)
Not a huge improvement on January, truth be told … but there are still 10 months in the year? And March has spring break, that’s a definite perk
even if I can’t really go anywhere or do anything special and I am definitely counting down the days.
Not the strongest start to the year, but I’ve gotten a good start on each of my reading challenges — and there are still 11 months in which 2021 can (and hopefully will) get better.
Another year, another set of reading goals!
As always I’m trying to keep it relatively simple to start but expect to add on a few as the year progresses. But since so much about the upcoming year is still uncertain, I really have no idea how much I’ll actually be able to read.
Last bookish update for the year! Was it a good one?
… You’ll have to read this to find out 😜
I’ve seen lots of people setting up their bullet journals and planners for 2021, and I’m sure many are thinking about New Year’s resolutions. But before I can set goals for next year, I want to finish this one off strong and wrap up some of my not-yet-completed reading challenges.
Or, y’know, as strong as possible after aiming too high and not making as much progress as I wanted. (All things considered, though, I’m not beating myself up over it.)