Reading goals for 2019

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!

2018 i was the year i officially started blogging, Booked Unicorn came into reality.

Last year i was able to finish 122 books, I found new authors which i absolutely loved. But my reading quality was in the pits i was not enjoying reading anymore i became focused on finishing on finishing the GR challange, finishing ARCS before their due date.

I WAS RUSHING AND IT WAS SUCKING THE JOY OUT OF READING!!

So this year my Challenge is a slow and personal one.

TO READ SLOWLY.. 

I am Going to read 20 or less every quarter ( minimum 10 Maximum 20), in total i’m aiming for 40-60 books this year.  Another challenge for me would be 

READ INTENTIONALLY

What this means is that i want my reading list to be more diverse, i will be reading more African books, Asian books , more books from different parts of the world,LGBT+ books, more non-fiction, the whole sha-bang

With everything i do this year i do it with the intention to educate myself and do better.

I hope you have a wonderful reading year ahead.

What are some of your reading goals let me know down in the comment?

 

As Always,

Booked unicorn

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6 thoughts on “Reading goals for 2019”

  1. I want to be more intentional with my reading as well and I think it’s wonderful that you’re making it a goal to read more slowly. It’s so easy to get caught up in the numbers and forget to really enjoy our reading. Good luck with your goals!

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  2. These are some excellent reading goals. Reading should be enjoyable! When I see other readers rushing to finish books and participating in read-a-thons, I wonder if they actually enjoy that type of stress haha. I esp like your idea to read more slowly this year!

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