2019 Reading Goals ||”And now we welcome the New Year, full of things that have never been”

It is again that time of the year when all goals seem achievable and people are excited to make plans for the future. I didn’t want to be an exception to this rule. Let’s be honest, no one likes to be the black sheep in the herd.

I even tried to make my Reading Goals to look as appealing as possible, in the desperate belief that the visuals will help me to stay on track throughout the whole year, and not just January!

“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.”

Abraham Lincoln
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And to prove to myself that these are not New Year’s resolutions, but actual goals that I 100% intend to achieve, I’ve already started to work on most of them:

  1. I’ve read two of Philip Pullman books, «Northern Lights» and «The Subtle Knife» – first and second book in His Dark Materials trilogy. The third book I will definitely read this month! So I’m already keeping up with two of my goals.
  2. The first book that I picked up this year was «Origin» by Dan Brown and I’m LOVING it! Reading is fun, I just had to remind myself about it.

I also want to try and read at least 100 pages every day. Not sure if it will be possible, but I definitely need to spend less time on YouTube.

What reading goals do you hope to achieve in 2019? Let me know in the comments below!

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