Blogging Challenges



Resolutions Challenge hosted by Laura @ trips down imagination road and Michelle @Because Reading.
The challenge runs from January 1st and ends December 31st. The 2016 Bookish Resolutions Challenge is about setting New Years Resolutions for books and book blogging.

So the year is over half way done and this is my first update on this challenge. < sarcasm font> Ah you gotta love how disorganized I am. < / sarcasm font>

At least I’m on point with my reading goals. I need to get myself organized and do better with my blogging and personal goals. I did manage a cruise for my vacation. It wasn’t the bookish getaway I was hoping for, but I still had fun. Here is my progress so far…


Reading Goals:
Binge Read A Series
Participate in a buddy or group read
Read 15 Netgalley and/or Edelweiss books I already have prior to 2016
*Get My Netgalley to 80%
*Read at least 1 classical novel
Read at least 1 historical fiction book
Read at least 1 library book a month
Conquer my Goodreads reading goal for the year (I’ve missed it two years in a row)

Blogging Goals:
*Post at least 2 book reviews per week
*Do a guest post for another blog
*Visit and comment on 3 blogs per week
*Take part in a meme every month for the whole year (not including ones I host)

Personal Goals:
Lower my blood sugar
Go on a vacation (preferably one that includes a book festival)
*Write everyday whether it is a journal entry, poetry, short story, etc.


That’s my progress on my goals so far. Are you participating in the challenge? How are you doing with reaching your goals? Do you have any goals you are struggling with? Let me know in the comments!


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