Book Reviews

Bookish Bullet Journal

It’s been about a year since I posted any photos of my bullet journal, and I’ve been slacking with it A LOT.

With how crazy the world has been in the past year, planning out my days hasn’t really worked, but I’m finally getting back into it! I’m hoping to have bullet journaling become a regular part of my day again, but it will be a slow journey…

But this hasn’t stopped me from having plenty of bookish pages!

Here’s a few of my favorites:

First up is my yearly spread! This is my TBR Bookshelf! I have it broken down into three sections: physical books, digital books, and audiobooks. I’ve been trying to cut back on buying books until I get through most of my unread books, and I’m making excellent progress so far! My goal this year is to read 150 books, and as of writing this I’ve read 25, so I’m off to a good start. Each month of reading gets a different color to mark the books, and I can’t wait to see my colorful shelf at the end of the year!

Next up is my Agatha Christie list! My ultimate goal is to read every single one of her books, and I’m slowly working my way through them. These are organized by series, and the two dots before each title represent if I own the book and if I’ve read it. I’m hoping to pick up 10-15 new Agatha Christie books this year!

This one is my series tracker! This year I’m trying to read all my unread standalone books first, and then I’m going to start with completed series. I’m listing all the books that I have that are part of a series, and then highlighting the ones I own. So far I’ve finished buying the books for two series, and hope to complete a few more this month.

My Genre Tracker! This one I’m really excited to see at the end of the year. Its not the prettiest spread I’ve ever made, but I love it. I mostly read fantasy and historical fiction, but I’m excited to see if it stays that way, or if there are any patterns on what genres I read. I always say I’m not a mood reader, but I’m curious to see if there is any mood patterns/weather patterns that influence what genre I gravitate towards.

Lastly, we have my Reading Stats page! I’m only tracking number of books I read and how many pages total I read. I’m curious to see if there are any patterns or large changes I see on this one too!

That’s it so far for my reading bullet journal pages, but there’s still a few more page ideas I have. I’m excited to see so many aspects of my reading written down, and I’ll probably be super lame and make analysis pages about them next year!

Do you track your reading or your books in any way? What do you use?

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