Resolutions for 2018

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No, really, I think this might be fun. It can work to keep you accountable. You can use it as a reminder of what you want and check at the end of the year what you have achieved

I never do resolutions, but this year I decided to try something different. I have been thinking hard for 11 days about what would be my main resolutions for this year. I mean, there is so much I want to do an accomplish and putting everything down on a list will surely end up in disappointment at the end of the year. So, I thought it would be wiser to keep them limited and achievable. Of course I’m aiming to overpass them (and probably add more things), but I don’t want to add too much and end up up with “stress and overwhelm” as my first emotions of 2018.

BOOKS

Participate in a bookish challenge-

√ Beat the backlist by NovelKnight

Read at least 4 books in another language (non-english) –

Make book art/crafts after reading a book –

– Read 50 books –

2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Alicia has
read 10 books toward
her goal of
50 books.
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LYFESTYLE

– Drink at least 1 glass of water everyday –

– Draw daily –


That’s it! Did you make a resolutions list? Why yes or why not?

About Alicia

I enjoy sharing my love for good books with other people. I wish you can find the type of books meant for you. Art is my passion. Both activities allow me to travel to imaginary places, learn, grow and share my journey with others. Feel free to join me, I love company.

33 comments

  1. Your post inspired me to sketch once again! Sorry about rambling earlier I was thinking out loud and it ended up typed out. LOL

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    • What rambling? All I read was your lovely comments πŸ™‚ hahaha! sorry for replying soooooo late, I just found your reply in the spammy section >.<

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  2. I have lots of resolutions set and one of them is to be better organized. I have all the notebooks and such for my blog but still a working progress! Good luck on your goals Alicia and great post!!!

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    • Hi sweetie! Hahaha yes! I need more organization as well.. and cleaning fairies to take care of my place, hahaha!!. I’ve been thinking about you and I’m sending you good vibes~ I’ve also been more or less away from blogging, my energy levels are very limited X.x big hug and let’s keep rocking!

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  3. I have set up my Goodreads goal for 150 books and I wish to surpass it

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  4. I love to draw! But, I haven’t in a couple months now because I can never, never get the eyes right. I’m a little good at zen doodling though πŸ™‚

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    • Yay artist! I know the feeling 😣, human anatomy is my forever struggle and I so much want to draw characters from books 😍 Btw, I’ve been trying to check your blog but WordPress shows weird message that the blog doesnt exist πŸ™

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  7. So what other language do you think you’ll read in? And do you have any specific titles in mind yet? Or even genres?
    I think that is a great goal, btw…

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    • Oh! I forgot to mention that, thank you for pointing it out πŸ˜€ Im planning to read in spanish and finnish. I am still hesitant about choosing a translated popular book or one that is originally in one of those languages. My first pick will be a finnish translated version of “A day late and a dollar short” by Terry McMillan (bought the book ages ago, so that’s why i will star from there). About genre, I’m aiming at YA and fantasy, i want enjoyable stories to make up for the struggle that will come from reading in finnish πŸ˜‚

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  8. These are some great New Year’s resolutions! I hope you manage to accomplish them all. Some are definitely easier than others but without a good challenge, life would be too boring right? πŸ˜‰
    Best of luck, Alicia!

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    • Hahaha! You are so right girl! πŸ˜€ Thank you for the positive vibes πŸ’• omg, every time I see your blog’s name I start craving cocoa πŸ˜‚ Have a great weekend!

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  9. Megha

    Here’s a link if you want to know more about the challenge: http://www.hotlistens.com/2018-audiobook-challenge-sign-up/

    Thank you and let’s have a delightful 2018 πŸ™‚

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  10. Megha

    I have set a target of 25 books for Goodreads Reading Challange 2018. And also participating in 2018 Audiobooks Challange where the goal is to 20 audiobooks. Good luck on your goals for this year πŸ™‚

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  11. Good luck!! I set my Goodreads Challenge for 100 books and I’m participating in the Alphabet Soup Challenge.

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    • Thank you! I like that number, 100 books sounds satisfying so satisfying πŸ˜‹. I originally thought about 48 books for this year (4 each month) but 50 gave me peace of mind πŸ˜‚. Oh! I have heard about that one! I thought about joining, but Im intimidated by it πŸ˜‹ I think i might join that one and Full House reading challenge, but I dont want to try everything at once (like when mass requesting at NetGalley πŸ˜‚). Good luck to you too!

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      • I’ve never read that many books in a year but I thought it would be fun to try. It’s less intimidating then you think. I participated last year and only missed two letters. The hardest part is coming up with books for those hard letter like x and z and q. Yeah you definitely don’t want to try everything at once because you will end up stressing yourself out over it probably. Thank you!!

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  12. Great resolutions! I signed up for Beat the Backlist too and I have set my Goodreads Challenge for 75 books 😁

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  13. I have a couple goals set for 2018 mostly personal goals, but a couple blog and book related ones as well just to put myself back on track to where I want to be. Good luck on your goals for this year!

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