Greetings and Salutations, your ghost with the most here and welcome to the first post/Top 5 of the Tear!
I hope your new year’s eve/day were fun and safe. As for myself, I spent it with two cousins at Knott’s Berry Farm (a theme park in SoCal). They had a new year’s eve event and it was amazing (until the countdown and people began cramming into the same spot to see the firework show). Well, without a further ado, let’s get into this week’s top 5, shall we?
–self explanatory, let us know 5 of your reading goals–
- Balance School Reading with Reading for Pleasure
a. I want to be able to read text books without itching to read my current read or switching to my current read because I got bored. I need to set times where I read for fun and read to study.
- Read More Books Relating to Major (Fiction or Not)
a. I’m currently majoring in Psychology and this year I want to read more books relating to psychology, mental health, or even psych textbooks. I have a few psychology textbooks that were given to me that I have yet to read.
- Push Myself to Read Books That Have Been on My tbr
a. We all know which ones those are. The books that have been on your shelves for months or years that you still have not gotten around to reading.
- Read 60 Books
a. Last year my goal was 80 books, but after struggling between meeting that goal and school work, I decided to push that number back a little bit. I know my Goodreads says 80 again and that’s mainly because I want to try again but be more organized about it (as in set dates of when I should be done with a book and include nonfiction psychology books as well).
- Keep Up a Book Journal
a. I started a book journal recently, mostly to keep track of reviews, bookish playlists, and blog posts, but I want to be able to carry on with it and not “forget” about it. I want to be able to finish a journal and not leave it started.
Well, happy New Year everone. Here’s to 2018, may it not suck as much as 2017 and may the year of the dog be a good boy.
Stay amazing my friends,