I like the idea of reading trackers and planners. Putting it into practice is another story. I’m a mood reader and I rarely plan what I’m going to read and when I’m going to get to the book. Setting aside time to read is about as organized as I get. However, as I browse through these reading logs and diaries, I start thinking that I could become one of those organized bookworms who can crush her reading goals.
I’m really bad at reading challenges. I’m not in any book clubs. And yet I keep looking at this one….
This journal includes everything from abandoned book lists to library book trackers. Two things I need.
Okay, this one includes stickers. My brain immediately went to the idea of badges. If I’m going to track my progress, I definitely want a merit badge.
Obviously, I’m not meant for a reading journal. But it’s one of my goals. One day I’m not just going to buy an adorable reading planner—I’ll actually use it.
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