Good morning everyone! I hope you’re all doing well. Today we’re announcing the first round of Readathin for 2021!!! And we are super excited about it!
This is a readathon that I co-host with my friend Donna from Mom’s Book Collection and the goal of the readathon is to read books you own. Thin your TBR! This can be physical books on your shelves, books on your ereader, or audiobooks you’ve purchased.
So, while there are reading challenges, you don’t necessarily need to follow them. As long as your reading owned books, you’re reading for Readathin. And don’t feel like EVERY book you read during the month has to be for Readathin.
There is also a photo challenge that goes along with the reading challenges, so make sure you’re posting those photos on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #ReadathinPhotoFeb21
Good morning everyone! I’m so sorry that I’ve been gone for a while. I’ve just been in a weird place and haven’t been feeling up to blogging. But here I am once again! I’m glad to be back and the break was definitely needed.
Always remember that if you need a break, you should take one. It doesn’t matter what anyone else says, your self care comes first. Take a break when you need it.
But anyway, today I’m going to be reviewing how my break of a week went. It wasn’t my best week I’ve had, but it’s the best this year. So, let’s get right into it.
Good evening everyone! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day and year so far. Today I’m going to be wrapping up my reading goals from 2020.
I will start this by saying that I didn’t do well. And I also didn’t really update these as much as I wanted to. So I’m sure I’ve completed some of these more than I will be sharing. I just don’t have the motivation to look back at the rest of the year.
Good morning everyone! I hope you’re all doing well. Today I’m going to be briefly listing and going over the goals that I have for 2021. I’m going to mainly focus on my reading goals, but I will also be very briefly telling you some goals I have for my blog, YouTube, and Instagram.
I know that most of us had hard 2020s, so while my goals are ambitious, don’t feel like you have to be setting this many goals or any at all. 2020 was hard, 2021 has been a mess already and we’re only 6 days in (at least it has been in the US).
Don’t set any goals, set a million goals, set only a few. Do what you are comfortable doing and don’t feel pressured to do any of them. Most of these aren’t really goals in the sense of me using them to read better or change anything.
Good afternoon everyone! Today I’m going over my 21 for 2021 TBR!
I’m really excited to be getting into this with you all. I’m just going to kind of make this a list. I won’t be really including too much information on any of the books since there are 21 and that would make this post WAY too long. But you can check out the video in this post and that I posted on my YouTube about the same thing.
So, that being said, let’s get right into this one!