I spent a lot of today thinking about bookish things I want to do before the year ends. I came up with a few different things I want to do relating to books but know I will be adding to this, so I’m sure there will be a part two to this post. I am going to make a spread in my bullet journal about this too. Here are just a few things I have added to my bookish bucket list
Fill an entire notebook with bookish quotes
I have so many notebooks sitting around in my room and I want to start using them for different things. I plan on using one of them and filling it with entirely bookish quotes. I plan on giving each quote it’s own page. It might take a while to fill it completely but I am excited to see how it turns out.
Join in on a Bookstagram challenge
I have been behind on Instagram at the minute. So, I want to join in on a Bookstagram challenge for a whole month. It will help me to become more creative with my posts. I think November would be the perfect month for me to start this. Keep an eye out for this!
Go to TLCC’s LGBTQ+ Book Club
I have been meaning to go to a TLCC book club meeting for a long while now. But I have always been busy the night they are on. Now I am about to start a new job I plan on making it to as many meetings as I can before the year ends. I want to support my best book friends with everything they do and I can’t wait to go to their book club.
Spend an afternoon in a coffee shop
I want to spend a full afternoon having a relax and reading a book in a coffee shop. I have never read in a coffee shop before and would love to spend an afternoon reading and drinking hot chocolate. It sounds like an excellent afternoon to me. I just need to find the perfect coffee shop near me.
Reread a favourite series of mine
I have already started this one by starting to reread the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series. I love this series and have wanted to reread it for a while. So far I am loving the series once again. I want to bake a lot whilst reading this series so I become more like Lara Jean.
Swap seasons when reading
It gets cold and snowy in winter where I live. So, I want to swap seasons whilst I am reading. This means that I plan on reading a book set in a sunny and warn place rather than a cold and snowy setting. I feel like this will help me when I am feeling extremely cold in winter.
That is my bookish bucket list so far. I am planning on adding more to this over the next few months. What do you think I should add to this list? Let me know in the comments below!
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Until next time,