Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Resolutions/ Goals

Formerly hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and currently hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl


This week’s topic is…

My Ten Bookish Resolutions/Goals for 2018

  1. Read 97 books in 2018.
  2. Post one to two book reviews a week.
  3. Join a book club.
  4. Go to more book conventions/author events.
  5. Limit myself to buying 1-2 bookish subscription boxes, instead of purchasing 3+ a month. 
  6. Bring back my “Friday Raves” blog feature.
  7. Visit my library 2 to 3 times a month. 
  8. Be more involved with the Bookstagram Community. 
  9. Blog hop more and comment more often on bookish blogs/Instagram pictures. 
  10. Enjoy reading and stop comparing myself to other readers/bloggers. Continue learning. Be creative. Accept criticism. And keep growing. 

What are some of your Bookish Resolutions/Goals for 2018?

18 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Resolutions/ Goals

  1. I would love to have a book club, I just don’t know any readers. *sad face* The one at the library never reads any books I want to read, so I see no point in joining them. Good luck with all your goals!

  2. I love all of these resolutions, especially the book convention one! I never hear about book events in my area until after they’ve passed, so a good resolution would to be actively seek these occasions. Thanks for that haha.

  3. I like these goals! Good luck with them. I have been trying (failing) to get down my review backlog (currently at 8 but that is down from 15 so some progress!) and sticking to a 2 reviews a week schedule has been working well with that and giving me room to do more if I am so inclined. I’ve been posting daily to instagram and I hope to continue that for the year both with bookstagram posts and otherwise. I have to say that with the goals I’ve made that I have been sticking to (unlike my goals of writing and drawing more) the daily photo posting has been one of the hardest because it requires more forward planning than I’m used to along with starting from scratch–no buffers like I have with blog posts.

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