The Top Ten
Resolutions Goals for 2016
from the Broke and the Bookish
I don’t have many bookish related goals, but the ones I have are:
- Read more. Last year I didn’t do a very good job of keeping up with my reading. This year I plan to do a better job of it. I have a lot of books I want to get through.
- Finish the Back to Classics Challenge. I found this challenge last year and was unable to complete it. Actually, I never even got a running start. You can find my list here.
- Complete the TBR Triple Dog Dare. I found this dare a month or two ago and signed up right away because it’s the last time James is hosting it. Continue reading
I signed up for WordPress’ Blogging 201. I keep saying that I’m going to whip this blog into shape and by golly, I’m going to do it. I’ve done a lot of revamping and overall I’m pretty happy with the way it’s turning out.
Here are my three most immediate goals
Stick to my blogging schedule. I have a blogging schedule, which is quite doable; but I just haven’t been consistent with it. So, for next year my number one goal is to become a more consistent blogger.
- Top Ten Tuesday
- Wednesday’s Lyrics
- The Friday 56
- The 2nd and 4th Saturday post a review
Promote and get 5 to 10 participants for Wednesday’s Lyrics by December 31st. I started Wednesday’s Lyrics because I thought it was a good idea. Actually, I still do and again consistency is my issue nor have I promoted it.
Write Reviews that don’t sound so academic-like. As a former Literature major and English teacher, I always find myself struggling with writing review that sounds like I’m writing a reach paper versus a review that will encourage someone to read it.
So these are my three immediate goals.