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A huge shout out to the lovely Alex @Wimsy Pages for inspiring me to put my goals into a graphic. She did this in her Goals & Resolutions post and I just could not resist doing something similar. I went a bit overboard and spent way too much time messing around with it. You will probably see this template around in other posts, I might as well take advantage of it now that I made it!

So here we are, 2020 has arrived. Is anyone really ready for it? Because I’m sure not. In a month I will be starting my internship, an internship that will last until August. After that, I’m done with Uni and I will hopefully start my first full-time job. It’s safe to say I have no idea what I’m in for. I just ended off my year on a high, reading so much more than I ever have, so I plan to just continue like that no matter what 2020 throws at me. Seems totally reasonable and not at all like wishful thinking…

Are these goals too ambitious? Maybe.
Should I have kept things more simple? Probably.
Am I still setting these goals? Definitely.


So without any further ado, I present to you my:

2020 Goals.png* You can find my 2020 Read or Unhaul list HERE

That’s a wrap! Those are my 2020 Reading Goals. Now I want to hear from you…

Have you set a goal of how many books you want to read in 2020?
What is a priority for your reading this year?

Thanks for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day!


19 thoughts on “2020 Reading Goals || These Should Be Challenging, Right?!

  1. Aww, thank you so much ❤ and I LOVE your graphs. I started making graphs for my goals because I like to print them out and make them look good above my desk 😀 as the constant reminder of things I need to accomplish before the end of the year. #nopressure lol
    Good luck with all of your goals! 6 books per month is totally doable, especially if you keep reading like you did during the last months of 2019, you'll get to it in no time.
    I also need to finish series… I have too many.

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    1. You’re welcome! ❤ That’s a great idea, printing it as a reminder. Keeping yourself accountable for the goals.

      Thank you! I think it’s doable yes, but only time will tell if I still believe that after I’ve started my internship 😂

      Don’t we all. Trying to keeping up with series might as well be a full time job 😋

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  2. 72 books! Wow! I set mine to just 30 this year, work has been and will keep me busy this coming months so I hope to find time to read. I hope to read more nonfiction this year as well, at least five. And to read from my physical TBRs as much as possible.
    I hope you have a great reading year!

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  3. I definitely agree about wanting to keep reading fun because you don’t want to make it a chore because you could ruin it for yourself!!
    I also need to finish series as I was really bad at doing that last year so it is going to be a focus for this year!!
    Good luck with all your goals– I’m aiming to read at least 40 books this year!! I also hope you find lots of favourites!! 🙂

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  4. I have an unofficial goal of reading 35 books. I read 35 books last year, so I would like to maintain that number this year. I also want to be a bit more ruthless with my reading. If I don’t enjoy reading a book, instead of ploughing on through until the end, I’m just going to DNF it. Happy New Year and I hope you read some great books in 2020!

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    1. It’s always nice to ahve your goal at the same number, that way you know for sure it’s manageable. I also think its a great goal to dnf more if you’re not enjoying a book. That will probably result in you having a better reading year as far as ratings go! Thank you, I hope you have a great year as well. Good luck on your goals 🙂

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