Jan 1, 2015

2015 Resolutions

It's 2015!!! Well, it's actually still 2014, now that I am writing this post, but you will be reading this in 2015, so it doesn't count. Anyways, this a new year and what comes with a new year? New meaningful (or meaningless in my case) resolutions. I am focusing on my reading resolutions, since my real-life resolutions are kind of confusing even for me, right now...

IN 2015:

I want to reduce my physical TBR pile to 150 books. Currently it's at 207, so that means more reading and less buying books.

I want to finish at least 5 series. I have a bad habbit of starting series but never finishing them, so I think 2015 is the perfect year to wrap up some series.

I want to read at least on pick from my TBR jar each month. This year, I decided that instead of all my unread titles, I will put some more general reading goals in my TBR jar and pick one each month. I was mostly inspired by this list: http://media3.popsugar-assets.com/files/docs/Love%26Sex-Love%26Sex-2015ReadingChallenge-print.pdf and some BookTube videos. Some examples that I will be adding in my TBR jar are: Read a 2015 debut novel, read a stand-alone, finish a series, read a prize/award winning book etc.

I want to read, if not all, most of my Top 15 of 2015 books.

I want to start new manga. In the last month of 2014 I got into searching for new manga and I was so excited to find that there are so many great ones I still haven't read. So, for 2015 I want to find at least 5 new manga series to follow.


  1. I want to make a TBR jar of all the books I own but still haven't read yet. The only problem is between my two devices and my physical books, there are a lot... and I'm too lazy to look them all up and write them down. I don't even want to know what my number is on GR's tbr list. I hope you're able to bring your tbr list down and I can't wait to see what manga's you find.
    Happy new year,
    Kristin @ Book Sniffers Anonymous

  2. Good luck with your goals for the new year :) I like the idea of adding general reading goals to your TBR jar (I've decided to start one of those too, such a handy tool for when one is not sure what to read!)

    - Wattle @ Whimsical Nature