Top Ten Tuesday | Let’s Get Organized (aka the List in Which I share all of my This-Is-What-I’d-Like-To-Do Goals)
I share all of my This-Is-What-I’d-Like-To-Do Goals)
Tuesday to Finding Wonderland and marks
the official debut of our new “hostess with the most-ess.”
if you order through this link. Read the disclosure page for details.)
that rolls around every New Year. Each year I suspect many of us make goals or
resolutions. Whether or not we keep them is entirely another story. Today we’re
asked to share some of our bookish resolutions. A list I feel really
ill-equipped to make mainly because I know I won’t keep them. But that doesn’t
mean it’s not still fun to make the list, and besides… perhaps putting pen to
paper (metaphorically speaking) will inspire me to actually make some goals…and
maybe – just maybe, I’ll even accomplish some of them. Stranger things
schedule for bookstagram, in terms of the actual task of taking the photos. I
so enjoy doing it because it’s another creative outlet to learn about and
experience, but I feel like too often I use part of everyday (I don’t think I
really do, it just feels like it) to snap a series of photos. I’d like to
revert to the “olden” days when I’d actually be ahead of schedule and shoot
multiple prompts in one day and be set for a week or better.
that I’ve enjoyed. But like everything, I think it’s going to be most effective
and work best for me if I find a schedule. Here’s hoping 2018 is THE year this
chance to do a little (very little) freelance writing of the bookworm
variety, and I found I really enjoyed it. It’s something I’d love to pursue
more of in 2018, but isn’t something I’ve read a great deal about in terms of
the ins and outs. What advice do you all have you the freelance world?
Now I skip over it and rarely make use of it until I’ve publish 10+ reviews on
the blog. Once this happens, I go on a binge-cross-share-all-the-reviews on my
profile. It’s a method, but not one I’m bookworm proud of.
I reorganize my bookshelves. The kind of reorganization where I take every single
book off my shelf, unhaul and reorganize said books. (Much to the
chagrin of myself and my floor which does not appreciate the extra
clutter.) Putting this on the list might be a moot point because it is an
annual even for this bookworm, but still… I wanted to add it. If only as a kind
of reminder not to let myself off the hoof for this task.
I specified a specific author rather than just say, read more books!
This is because Emery’s books (or The Start of Me and You does) deserve
to be singled out. Perhaps judging by it alone isn’t far, but what can I say…
it’s a goal. The Start of Me and You: Amazon | Goodreads
the reasons as those listed above (under “Read More Emery Lord Books”) applies
to this author. The only difference is I have read a number of books by Kasie –
all of which are catnip for this reader.
comes to blogging scheduling and even reading is a must; and tied into this is a genuine feeling I’d like to return to pre-2015 or is it 2016 blogger when I responded PROMPTLY to comments. I say it every year
which I why I don’t like to make resolutions… but what can I say? It IS a
genuine goal, I just don’t manage to meet its lofty expectations.
with That Artsy Reader Girl! Thank you so much, Jana for hosting.
bookstagram goals do you have for 2018? Do you make resolutions? More
importantly – *she asks selfishly* – tell me, all the tips you have for some of
the things I’ve rambled about above. I’d love to hear how you stay organized.
below. The standard rule is still in effect; I may not be by until the end of
the week, but I’m excited to come by and read YOUR posts.