It’s a new year and I think it’s a perfect time to hit up a great reading challenge because we all need to get more reading into our lives. I’ll be sharing this on my social media as well as attempting to use Pinterest too, but that’s another hurdle, maybe one I’ll try to attempt this year? Who knows, anyway. I’ve never really played with reading challenges because, well except if it’s to read a number of books in a certain time…I’m okay at that (when I had much more time, I used to be a pro at it!) but this is new even for me.
So, while this is a reading challenge post, it’ll also be me starting the year off on a good note, hang in there a little, okay?
2017 is going to be a good year, a better year than the last, and I’m ready to dig into it. Will it be any easier? I sure as heck don’t hope so, I need the hard lessons to learn from, but I do hope that this year is full of less death, I’m tired of losing the ones I love and having to go through the grieving process all over again. Mostly because I’m still grieving now…it’s nearly been three years since my dad passed away but it’s still so fresh to me, I slept through year one and then spent the last year learning about how to make it work for me.
But that’s not anything new and time does make things better. There’s no denying that.
This year I plan to get lost in my creativity while learning how to study it and then discover new hidey holes, maybe even move physical places, but whatever it is I plan on embracing it to the fullest and learn more about myself and my limits and then break them, remould them and love them just the same.
Now to get back to the reading challenge to read with me here’s what you have to do:
- Repost this image on your social media with the hashtag #DFAreadingchallenge
- Post snippets of the books you’re reading with which challenge it crosses off
- Have fun.
Because reading is supposed to be fun.
Do you have any plans for 2017? And will you be joining me with my reading challenge? I’d love to hear from you, leave me a comment below.