Reading Challenges & Resolutions #Top10 #NewYearBooks #HealthBooks — 27 Comments

  1. What a beautiful site you have! Well done on defeating your chunkster fear! I am still really intimidated by big books so maybe I should give it a go too.. Your healthy living goals look great too. Good luck with them all 🙂

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  3. Love your list of reading challenges. I’m so tempted, but I know joining a reading challenge just doesn’t work for me. My stats show me if I sign up for a challenge, that basically means I won’t read a single book that meets that challenge. So I will just join in vicariously from afar.

  4. I’m fascinated by the Chunkster Challenge. I could easily have met it with my reading for 2014, having read several that were 800 pages or more. I’m just now easing back into doing challenges, so I hesitate to commit to more than I already have (knowing I will try to do RIP in the fall). Still….I’m tempted!

    Thanks for visiting my blog and I wish you a happy new year.

  5. New Year is the best time for kick starting a healthy lifestyle. The hardest thing is making it last past Jan or maybe that’s just me. I like your idea of using books to inspire and motivate you. Sounds like a good plan 🙂 Best of luck with all your goals especially your writing one!

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  7. Looks like a great year you have planned! I am doing the Foodie and the What’s in a Name challenges as well. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

  8. Awesome that you have a book in mind to write, Joy! I wish you all the best for that, get it written 😀 Hope the reading challenges go well and glad to have you joining What’s In A Name again this year. I love that you comment on the posts, too, because I do worry that not everyone will get comments. I’m going to have to start referring to you as a co-host 😉

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