End of May TBR and Goals

This week, May ends. Time is passing rather quickly, and I have been in a lot of senseless turmoil and grief. Life with depression is frustrating when it comes to goals and deadlines. For the end of May, I am going to get back in the habit of having goals and a set TBR. Perhaps I’ll never read all the things I want to in one go. It’s okay.

End of May TBR

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

I LOVE this book so far. Kaz is a fantastic leader to this epic crew. I look forward to finish this story!

Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare

Look, I tried to resist reading this until now. I need to read it this week, in order to see if my literary kids are okay (they probably won’t be, but I have to see how much injury takes place).

If I have more time, I can probably manage to sneak in some Mistborn 2 (Well of Ascension). 

Elend and Vin are my buddies and I want to see what happens to them.

Goals
  • I want to write more various posts on my blog (and in general, just write more often).
  • Another goal I have is to connect and communicate with my blogging buddies more often.
  • Read, study, meditate, worship. Balance my time better.

Hoping you have a wonderful end of May week, and a brilliant time this spring/summer days of this period of time. I look forward to be more active around the internet and get to talk to you all in comments or tweets.

Oh, also: if you have any ideas or suggestions for my blog, please let me know! I would love to figure out how to do this blogging thing better. I love getting feedback from friends.

Also: JUNE IS ALMOST HERE.

 

 

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5 thoughts on “End of May TBR and Goals”

  1. Yay glad you’re loving Six of Crows since I have that one and am trying to get to it this year!

    Those sound like great and reasonable goals 🙂 I think posting a variety of posts is actually more fun for me. I get bored with things easily if they’re just monotonous. (That’s why I have always hated running lol.) And I’m also trying to just do more interacting and conversing and whatnot in general with blogging buddies, hence the whole getting better at Twitter thing lol.

    I don’t have any suggestions, I say just do you! If you have bookish ideas or thoughts, just make a post and see what people think 🙂

  2. Sorry to hear your depression is being a bit of a pain recently. I’ve noticed that even with my birthday excitement I’ve been feeling a bit off, so hopefully it’ll pass for us both soon. Even though it shouldn’t make a difference, I do find the idea of June starting exciting as it gives me hope I can start fresh and shake off these uneasy feelings. We’ll see how it goes!

    Six of Crows and Mistborn 2 – Haven’t read either but they’re both on my TBR so look forward to hearing your thoughts on them! (I like that a lot of the books you mention on your blog are ones I know/want to read.)

    Yes to all of your goals! I like stopping by to see what you write, so write as much or as little as you want! No pressure though. I only write two posts a week and that’s about the extent of what I can manage these days.

    Suggestions for the blog? Keep doing what makes you happy! I actually really like that your voice seems so authentic on your blog. If you’re having a bad day, you don’t mind talking about it, and there’s a certain comfort in that when so many blogs try to only highlight the good. I mean, not that I want you to feel bad or only ever talk about that stuff on your blog, but I think it’s great you’re comfortable enough to share with us at times when things aren’t quite working.

    If your looking to branch out on posts other than reviews/TTT/T5W posts, I’d say my other favorite posts on book blogs to read are discussions. Even if it’s the same topic 800 bloggers have already written about “I don’t like love triangles” or “I am behind on so many series”, I think it’s fun to see the differences and similarities between how people think of books and to talk about them in a broader sense. Sometimes it can be hard to comment on posts when they’re about a specific book, so general discussions can be fun because more people can relate to them.

    But that’s just me and I know discussion posts aren’t easy for everyone, so no worries if that’s not your cup of tea. That’s just the only suggestion I could think to add! 🙂

  3. Yeay I’m glad you are loving Six of Crows.
    As for the blog I think posting along with top ten tuesday is a great start and from there I often get ideas to post as well. And whatever strikes your brain, write it down and see if the next day it still looks like fun to write about on the blog.

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