The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
~this meme was inspired in part by ~ In My Mailbox~
It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
It has been forever since I have participated in the Sunday Post. With so much going on at home I honestly just haven't had the energy nor the time to put a post together.
Sad, but true.
Either way, I am going to try my hardest to get back to doing them each week or at least a few times a month. I miss taking part in all the fun. ;)
It is that time of year where it is starting to get colder and the days shorter. With the time change happening it is getting way too dark, way too early and it makes me sad and also feel like I should be hibernating. Anyone else feel that way?
I have been thinking a lot about my blog lately and my reading habits and I have come to the conclusion that I need to make some changes.
One of those changes need to be my weekend posts, mainly Saturdays. With a lot of hard thought I have decided, with a few exceptions (because there are always exceptions to the rules) I am going to cut out my posts on Saturdays and instead concentrate more on my family and reading time.
I will still be visiting other blogs if they have posts that go up but for the most part I am going to try to get caught up on series and trilogies that I have started reading and have never finished. When I tried thinking of them all the other day I couldn't believe how many of them there were.
Which of course leads me to another dilemma, ARCs. I think I have been concentrating way too much on ARCs and not enough time on my TBR pile, so, for the rest of the year I am going to do my best to get caught up on those series and trilogies and finish as many of them as I can.
I will still be reading ARCs but not as many. I love ARCs, they are wonderful and I get excited every single time I get a new one but I also need to pay attention to all the books I actually spent money on and was also excited about getting.
It is so easy getting caught up in new releases and upcoming releases that I think all those other really great books and series we have get neglected.
So here is my goal for the next two months, getting caught up, getting more organized, and spending more time on my TBR pile.
This I can do it? Can I resist the allure of Edelweiss and Netgalley?
I guess only time will tell. ;)