Reading Goals | 2018

Reading Goals

A new year and a few new goals for my blog, my reading, and myself. I don’t know about you, but I love setting goals for myself. I find it motivating and I am always excited to see if I hit them at the end of the year. For now I am going to share the goals I have for my blog and reading in the new year.

  1. Update my blog post headers
    • I loved designing so I want to introduce a few new headers and give myself that time to be creative.
  2. Read 50 books
    • Every year I set my reading goal at 50. It is an average of a book in little over a week and I tend to not stress out about it.
  3. Read 30,000 pages
    • I though this page goal would be fun.
  4. Try new things
    • This year I want to experiment a little outside of what I normally post, spice things up a little bit.
  5. Complete the 2018 POPSUGAR reading challenge

2018 Reading Challenge


What goals do you  have for yourself this year?

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15 thoughts on “Reading Goals | 2018

      1. I was thinking I’d like to start with events or time periods first and from there move on to persons. Anything Asia related would be nice. Or since I’m currently reading The Red Queen by Philippa Gregory, anything related to that time period.

        Actually I’m happy for any recommendations you have. What are some of your best reads?

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      2. Regrettably I have not read anything that was not a text book that were related to Asian history and are very heavy reads, but I have quite a lot of non-fiction I have liked a lot. Which are more narrative style than fact throwing.

        The Witches: Salem 1692 by Stacy Schiff

        Never Caught by Erica Armstrong Dunbar

        The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt by T.J. Stiles

        SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome by Mary Beard

        The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit

        The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris

        Former People: The Final Days of the Russian Aristocracy by Douglas Smith

        The Debate on the Crusades, 1099-2010 by Christopher Tyerman

        Not My Father’s Son by Alan Cumming

        After Fidel: Raul Castro and the Future of Cuba’s Revolution by Brian Latell

        Positive: A Memoir by Paige Rawl,

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