Something about me is that I am an avid reader. That might seem somewhat obvious coming from someone who has a book blog, but it is really true. I read a lot. It’s my favourite form of self-care, and I just love escaping into a different world and getting away from real life for a bit. In order to be meaningful about my reading, I have decided to set some reading resolutions this year.
The June OwlCrate was a pretty cool box. It had an “All The World’s a Stage” theme, which I loved and was super excited about. I love that quote from Shakespeare, and it was really nice to see what items were included. My apologies for the delay on posting this!
This is a weird thing to write about. I have to admit that as I start this post, I’m not 100% certain about where I’m going with this. You’re going to have to bear with me as I explore my thoughts and feelings. I’m not going to get too personal on this, but I just want to talk about how I’ve been feeling lately.
In 2019, I tried to do too much when it came to my resolutions. I had too many because I was trying to fill up a page in my bullet journal. This year I fine tuned and narrowed it down. I didn’t want to overwhelm myself to the point where I didn’t have any motivation to do anything. This year I set seven resolutions and you’ll find them below the cut
I have mixed feelings about New Years Resolutions but I always seem to set them anyways. I don’t always have the best follow through, but I try to set some basic goals that I want to try and keep up. I set a lot of resolutions this past year, and I’m curious to see how I did with them before I set next years.