March 2020 Monthly Goals | Keeping up with ARCs and Book clubs!

The third month of the year (that literally just started!) is already upon us. Do you feel as unprepared as I do? Time has been passing quicker and quicker each year and I need to learn some tricks on how to slow it down, maybe enjoy and capture more moments. 

February wasn’t the best month reading-wise, but I hope to find my pace again this month, so I’m not planning to make my TBR any smaller, especially because the books I haven’t read in February are going to migrate to March. 

There are no birthdays, no holidays and no trips planned for March, therefore I should be able to get a lot of things done! Besides, my cat is finally feeling much better and I don’t have to go to the vet every single evening. 👍

All in all, I have very high hopes for March and I’m sure I’ll be able to tick a lot of boxes on my To-Do list.


1 – Let’s start with my TBR (to be read) pile! 

The first book I will (most likely) finish this month is «The Diviners» by Libba Bray. I only have 20% left and I can’t wait to see how it ends! «Ruthless Gods», «Elantris» and «The Rage of Dragons» are all making their second appearance on my TBR, and will be joining by some ARCs – «Chosen Ones» by Veronica Ross and «A Time of Courage» by John Gwynne! 

2 – My goal to participate in the Cosmerealong is also making its second appearance! 

I’m going to attempt to read «Elantris» before the live show, that will take place on the 28th of March, and if I will have some spear time left I’m planning on starting the next book in this read-a-long. 

3 – I had a lot of fun being a part of the new Lala’s book club, so I will be joining them in March as well! 

The book pick for March is «Platform Seven» by Louise Doughty. This was the first time I ever heard about this book, but the comments on the Goodreads book club page are very positive. Many people have started reading it already and seem to really love this book! 

4 – Try to prepare a bunch of posts in advance! 

That’s what I’m doing right now. With my goal of 3 posts per week, it means that I need to have at least 12 posts prepared for this month. Some of them will be reviews of the books I haven’t read yet, but *fingers crossed* I’ll be able to have all other posts written, edited and prepared to go live. <insert emoji>

5 – Don’t stress! 

I have this awful habit to overthink things, and when my To-Do list gets out of control I panic and keep thinking about it, instead of actually doing those things. My motto for March is to stress less about unimportant things, focus only on what I can do and control!

I hope you all are having a wonderful beginning of the month!
What goals did you set up for yourself? Share them in the comments below as I love seeing what everyone else wants to achieve! 🙂

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8 thoughts on “March 2020 Monthly Goals | Keeping up with ARCs and Book clubs!

  1. I’m hoping to catch up on my ARCs too. I use to be at least a month in advance on all of them but started falling behind a few months ago.

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  2. Good luck! I haven’t prepared any goals for March but I pretty much want to get my life back on track. I didn’t read much last month, so I want to make up for it now, and I also need to blog more. 🙂

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      1. Personally, not so great. Staying home with my family 24/7 has been a bit rough and i’m always stressed because of school. Also my laptop is acting weird and turning off by itself, if it completely dies on me I won’t be able to finish my internship, because rn is the worst time to make a big purchase such as a laptop. On the good side, I’ve actually been able to read more!! 😅

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