1 Try and enjoy reading and not be bound by a number for my April reading list

I think I’ve been worrying too much about how many books per month I’ve stopped reading for fun, so I’m going to just read next month, and if I come out with 5 good and if I come out with 15 good. Literally, everyone is telling me to slow down so I’m going to slow down.

And if that puts a stake in the heart of my reading goal so be it. I wasn’t trying to read as many books as I did last year, also a lot of unexpected stuff has happened this year so I’m going to try to stop worrying.

2. Don’t feel like you have to post every day in April

In my stop worrying agenda, I’m going to stop obessesing over blog numbers so much, this one is hard for me. Because I love hitting the higher vistor numbers.

3)Use Readathons as a guide for your reading.

Don’t feel like you have to do double the work. Just use your readathon books to count towards your book goals for the month of April

4) Try and get ahead on my ARCs early.

I’m reading my ARCs well before their due date so I don’t have to rush to read them near when their due, another measure to reduce stress

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4 thoughts on “April Goals

  1. You can do it!!

  2. These are great goals, and I believe in you! Especially with not feeling like you need to post every day in April; I posted 5-6 days a week during my first year of blogging, then 3-4 in the second… and I am now happily posting 2-3 a week. Most interestingly? My views are higher. Sure, I have more followers now, but I also think blog hopping has changed: people don’t really do it daily. IF there’s too many posts in a week, people tend to get overwhelmed and/or pick and choose which of the posts to read.

    I hope you find your groove!

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