Reading Goals | 2018 | 2nd Quarter Review

Reading Goals

Well, in my last quarterly update, Reading Goals | 2018 | 1st Quarter Review,  I was already able to check a few of my goals off of my list, but a few I still needed to work on. I just wanted to do a quick little check in to share my progress as well as keep myself accountable. Here is how I am doing on my 2018 goals for my reading and my blog.

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Update my blog post headers – Check!

Read 50 books- Check! As of right now I have read 54 books, I am so excited!

 

Read 30,000 pages

As of right now I have read a total of 18,412 pages, so I am more than halfway to my goal of reading 30,000 pages. This makes me very happy since I was a bit worried the last check in.

Try new things

As I stated in my 1st quarter update I have started a few new series on my blog, these include Operation Find a Hobby,  ________ Picks my Books, and Discussion posts. I always shied from discussion posts due to fear of many people not being interested, but I am so glad I started to incorporate them into my blog.  They are a ton of fun. Below I have linked the series for you if you are interested in reading.

Operation Find a Hobby

Operation Find A Hobby | Introduction

Operation Find A Hobby | Embroidery

Operation Find A Hobby | Puzzle

Operation Find A Hobby | Scrapbooking

Operation Find A Hobby | Jewelry Making

_____ Picks My Books

Haul | Bookseller Picks My Books

Haul | Boyfriend Picks My Books

Haul | Book Buddy Picks My Books

Revisiting| _____ Picks My Books

Haul | Book Buddy Picks My Books Vol. 2

Lets Talk

Lets Talk | Reading Formats

Lets Talk | Big Books

Lets Talk | Preordering Books

Lets Talk | Buddy Reading vs Book Club

Lets Talk | My Read 5, Buy 1 Challenge

 

Complete the 2018 POPSUGAR reading challenge

I currently have 24 challenges of the 40, so I am more than halfway through the prompts!

 

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How are your 2018 goals going?

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14 thoughts on “Reading Goals | 2018 | 2nd Quarter Review

    1. Thanks Kat, for me it was mainly to motivate me to read longer books instead of just reading shorting books to read a book number goal. If you think about it someone could read two large books and actually read more than someone who read 7. I just wanted to switch my mindset on it a bit.

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  1. I really like the way you keep track of your goals! I often think about new things I want to try or goals I want to accomplish but I never put them in writing and I think that would be really helpful. I might try to do something like this and of course I’ll give you credit if I do! Great post 🙂

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