This weekend was the most perfect weather! I get very inspired when the weather is warm, the sun is shining, and the windows are open in the house. I finished The Age of Innocence for the second time (See: The Re-Read Project) and equally gushed over it as I did the first time after reading it in 2015. There is something about that book that sits right in the middle of my heart… I will need to do a post on it, complete with spoiler alerts because I cannot write about that book without giving things away as to why I love it so much.
Drawing from the inspiration from the beautiful weekend weather, I started 2 bullet journals: one for my finances and another for books/reading. I have just a small number of pages started. Including: To Be Read, Read, and an Unofficial TBR – which will be a list of books I am curious to read but not officially on the TBR list for 2017.
I created an entire spread for my Re-Read Project. It is broken down by each month and under each month I will write the book read that is a part of the project. So far, I’ve only finished two books. My plan is one book per month, but I am open for more!
I also created an “appendix” which, sadly, I did not leave enough pages for, but I have these sections:
- Books Read 1990s-2010 (Remembering the 90’s reads will be a fun project. I wish I kept track, but I have a pretty solid memory.)
- Torah Reading Plan (I need to find one!)
- All-Time Favorite
- Book Rating Code (This started with the intention to use the code on the Read list but I do not have room… I may use smiley/frown/mediocre faces instead)
Below is the little drawing I made to capture my all time favorite book. I only added a few so far:
Thank you to Jessica from Pretty Prints & Paper for the handwriting prompts.
I will be practicing!