New Year’s Resolution Reading Challenge #NewYearBooks — 34 Comments

  1. I can’t commit to a new challenge right now, but I think I’ll follow the challenge later in the year πŸ™‚
    I’ve read (audioread, actually) Your brain at work, and even though is told by a original perspective, I didn’t like it as much as other books in the matter.

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  3. Dear Joy,

    I am SO happy to see that you are hosting this challenge again – it’s one that I look forward to each year!

    I am signing up now to let you know that I am joining you on this quest, but will work out the details of what my challenge will entail over the holidays.

    I’ll let you know when I write about the challenge and the book(s) I’ll be reading in the new year! πŸ™‚

  4. I don’t seem to do well with the challenge part, but I always manage to participate in group reads if I sign up for them, so I’ll see how things look in a couple of weeks! I’ve been noticing buzz about The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Condo and wondering about whether that would be interesting to read or not. But I would go along with any one of the titles you’ve already listed.

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  7. I love it when you post about this challenge! I have a ton of goals for next year, but I need to figure out which books, if any, to read for them. The War of Art has been on my Nook unread for years. Count me in for the read-along and challenge.

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  15. I missed this one last year, so I’m excited to participate this year. I have The War on Art on hold at the library – if it comes in soon I will participate in the read-a-long. I created a live healthy on a budget challenge for myself this year, but feel like such a newbie after reading so many great health posts on the web.

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  19. Hi Joy,

    Finally got my computer back online and have “officially” signed up – even though it’s late in the month!

    Also, have launched a new party called the Book Nook for book lovers – would love it if you’d join us and also, if you could help spread the word! πŸ™‚

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  29. Although I didn’t sign up for this, I’m basically doing it anyway, with reading The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz to start the year. I’ll be interested, though, in following your, and others’, progress.

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