MY GOOD READING HABITS TAG

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Hey guys! Today I’m coming at you with a fun new tag created by Ally, who also tagged me! She created this original tag as a twist on the Bad Reading Habits tag to give reading habits a more positive feeling since we so often talk about the negative aspects!

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  • Pingback to this post or me!
  • List some of yourย goodย reading habits, the things you think you do well
  • Nominate some of your blogging friends

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I usually read well with a deadline, whether that is a library end of the month deadline or a blog post deadline. Something I have incorporated into my reading for 2019 is a few blog post deadlines per month, basically, I have a few posts towards the end of each month that require me to have read a particular book read in order to write the blog post. This encourages me to read books much more than a library deadline and I’m completely okay with that.

I always read on the bus! I travel to Uni at least 3 times a week and I have roughly 4 hours of travel time in each day, so optimistically with that travel tie I can get roughly 100-200 pages read during those Uni days and it is pretty much the only time I get any reading done!

I set a reasonable reading goal at the start of the year! I always try to set a goal for the year that I know I will be able to complete, I know Goodreads Challenges are great for helping you to push yourself to read more, but I try to use my challenge more as an indicator of how much I’ve been reading throughout the year and as an indicator of how confident I felt about the next year. For example, my goal for 2018 was 52 (1 book a week) and I think my goal for 2019 will either be 100 or 1 – I have a lot of reading plans for 2019 but I am also getting into my second year at Uni and I don’t know how much reading I will do. I am really hoping to go for a more optimistic goal of 100, but we’ll see!

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Rebecca | Malanie | Avery | Emma | Destiny

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WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR POSITIVE READING HABITS?

DO WE SHARE ANY OF THE SAME HABITS?

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13 thoughts on “MY GOOD READING HABITS TAG

  1. Oooh thank you for the tag, I love this!! Your good habits are amazing. โค I'm still trying to decide what my Goodreads reading goal will be, too. It was 150 this year and I'm almost to 300, so I considered making it 200 or 250, but then I found out about the new job, so I'm thinking I'll leave it at 150 or even lower it to 100. Part of me thinks I want to read LESS in 2019 and focus on reading way more "big" books.

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    1. I’m optimistically hoping I’ll be able to read 100 books in 2019. I read over that this year and in previous years so I’m really hoping my plans won’t crash and burn because of Uni!
      I really want to concentrate on bigger books next year too, at least we can always change our goal for the year if we need to! Maybe go with 150?

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  2. ahhhh there is nothing better than reading on a bus!!!!!!!! transporting oneself from one place to another is such a great opportunity for ///book immersion////
    also tysm for tagging me, i need to start being nice to myself, &&&&what better way than to count my good reading habits??????? i’m a pretty good reader, if nothing else skdjflksdjflk

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    1. Reading on the bus is such a great use of time and I don’t know what I would do otherwise? I’m constantly paranoid that if I fall asleep I’ll miss my stop tbh.

      Haha, I hope you enjoy the tag! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ˜˜

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    1. I honestly don’t know what I would do if I wasn’t reading on the bus tbh, though I am sometimes tempted to take my DS and play Mario kart. Maybe I should do that in 2019, Mariokart and an audiobook for bus trips – it would certainly be interesting.
      Reading with a deadline is sometimes the only way I can be motivated to read so they’re pretty necessary for me!

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