We have passed down an entire stretch of road and now stare at the beginning of another. I have a bit of a hit or miss relationship with making resolutions- as you can see in more detail here – yet I’ve decided to approach 2018 differently than I did 2017. I’m a year older and thus much wiser than I was last year (I hope so at least). Instead of making concrete detailed goals, I’m going to outline a few things I want to accomplish and look at them as guidelines rather than strict rulings of my behavior.
2017 is coming to an end and boy did a lot happen in the past year. There were hurricanes, floods, fires and political calamities galore. So much has happened that I’ve still yet to process everything that has happened in the past year. Over the past year my blog has evolved as well and going back through my archives I found a little gem hidden in the early days of this small book blog: A New Years Bookish Resolutions. I’ve come to learn I’m not good at planning out things when it comes to following through on said things (hence the mysterious disappearance of monthly TBR’s). So let’s take a look at past me and see how I’ve lived up to her expectations.
It’s a new year!!! 2016 is officially dead. Everyone around the world should rejoice!! I have high hopes for 2017, nothing could be worse than 2016. (don’t test me universe) At the beginning of a new year we all make resolutions and then promptly forget about them less than a couple months later. I had a couple resolutions last year and I actually managed to fulfill some of them; I managed to reach my Goodreads goal as well as read new genres. So in the spirit of this lovely tradition, that seems to be working, here are some of my bookish resolutions for the next year.