#SixforSunday – Bookish Resolutions for 2021

Happy Sunday Bibliofriends,

Happy New Year everyone! It’s the first Six For Sunday of 2021!! Yippee!
I really love this weekly tag that the lovely Steph (THANK YOU!๐Ÿ™) created back in 2017 as it isn’t too challenging and the prompts come well in advanced so that I can keep myself organised – that feels like a luxury sometimes these day! ๐Ÿ™„

For this brand new month, in a brand new year our January theme is ‘It’s All About Boooooooks!” – I mean, what better theme to start 2021 off with right?

For those who don’t already know, Six for Sunday is weekly meme hosted by Steph over at A Little But A Lot.


Bookish Resolutions for 2021!

Now, kidding aside – I suck at New Year Resolutions! I love the idea of a new beginning and the start of some good habits etc… but I can never seem to stay on track. I don’t know whether it’s my Taurean nature or just the sheer amount of time/effort/energy that adulating takes up (๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚) but there’s rarely an ambitious habit that I can stick to. So who knows what’ll happen this time next year and whether I’ll have actually achieved any of these goals or not!

  1. Keep on reading!
    2020 was the first year since 2017 that I actually managed to complete my Goodreads Challenge Goal so Iโ€™m hoping to keep that up this year and not fall behind again.
  2. Stick to the TBR!
    I always end up making goals and TBR lists which I never actually complete โ€“ sometimes itโ€™s because Iโ€™m a mood reader although occasionally itโ€™s because other things just distract me away from the pile. There are definitely some complete series I have which I now own and want to read in their entirety this year. They are: The Poppy War by R.F. Kung (my gorgeous Illumicrate Editions! ๐Ÿ˜); The Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty and the Ember in the Ashes Series by Sabaa Tahir.
  3. Expand my reading horizons!
    This year I really want to make more of an effort to read more diversely. Quite often my TBR and shelves consist of incredibly mainstream books so this is the year I hope to change that.
  4. Visit the library!
    Now that I can actually walk to my local library, hopefully (once normality has been restored after bloody Covid!) Iโ€™ll be able to spend more time borrowing books rather than buying a load and then not having anywhere to put them. Iโ€™m so surprised I havenโ€™t actually had an accident from tripping over a pile of books dotted somewhere around my house! ๐Ÿ™ˆ
  5. Blog, blog, blog!
    Not gonna lie, having a little headspace during National Lockdown really did help me to revitalise my blog and get organised enough to keep up a steady stream of content and even think up a few ideas for some original post content. Hopefully now my job will be calming down again soon I can keep up the fun bloggishness!
  6. Getting the Bookstagram back up and running!
    I got into such a rut with my Bookstagram account as I just couldnโ€™t keep up with the photo challenges or I felt that my background โ€œthemeโ€ was the same all of the time and just got boring. As part of my bujo Iโ€™ve made a special Insta page so hopefully Iโ€™ll be more organised to start updating it more frequently this year! Thatโ€™s the plan anyway! ๐Ÿ˜‚

What are your bookish goals for 2021? Do you always stick to your New Year Resolutions or are you a bit of a drifter like me?
As always, leave your links below or drop me a comment to chat!

T xx

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  1. It’s a fairly simple goal for me this year – To read everyday even if it is only 30 mins ๐Ÿ™‚ Also I am contemplating doing some book challenge just to ensure my reading is diverse, but haven’t narrowed down on one yet!

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