READING GOALS FOR 2021

reading goals for 2021

You may know, that I give myself a book budget every year. It is not really to keep myself from buying to many books it is actually more the other way around. I tend to not buy what I would like to read and read books I can borrow or come by on a deal instead. Not always a smart move. So when the end of 2020 approached I had quite a bit of money left and I decided to buy all the books I had on my wishlist and that I did not receive for Christmas. So my reading goals for 2021 will include a lot of those purchases.

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Goodbye NaBloPoMo – see you next year

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And just like that November has passed.

Here the the entire list of all Posts from this years challenge:

  1. 10 Things you don’t know about me – Part VI
  2. Books I read in October
  3. Healthy Breakfast Crumble
  4. DIY Gift Tags and Mini Garlands – Recycle Quick Tip #13
  5. Things Corona makes me miss
  6. My favorite Instagram Accounts – 2020 Edition
  7. Recycling Advent Wreath – with concrete finish
  8. eBook deals and how I find my next freebie
  9. 10 Things to spread some kindness
  10. Mindset Shift – Developing Digital Household Chores
  11. Corona Diaries – Month 9
  12. Tired, Hungry and Productive
  13. Friday the 13th – hello superstitions
  14. Puzzle Fever
  15. The joy of penpals
  16. Things I bought multiple times
  17. A gift in the neighborhood
  18. Virtual Coffee Date | November Edition
  19. My art wishlist
  20. A gift for someone I don’t know – Operation Christmas Child
  21. eBook organization– helpful tips and tricks
  22. 2020 I think I am done with you
  23. DIY envelopes to spruce up snail mail {recycle quick tip #14}
  24. Happy Feet – Happy Day
  25. Hot Tomate Soup with rice
  26. Fragrance Collection
  27. List of Christmas Movies
  28. Ideas for a special Holiday Season
  29. Winter Bucket List
  30. Goodbye NaBloPoMo

I am rather proud of myself for finally finishing a complete NaBloPoMo challenge. It was fun as always. I have a ton more things I had planned to tell you. It took a lot of time and effort and I am not lying also stressed me out at times. I am a bit sad that the community has been dwindling but I do it for the fun of it and every one reading a long is much appreciate.

I hope you stick around for a bit longer.

Happy day to you

Tobia

Ideas for a special Holiday Season

Tomorrow we celebrate the First Advent. Time to get into a festive mood and to think about how we can spread some Holiday spirit. This year we have to get used to that all is a bit different. So I put together ideas for a special holiday season because truely after what 2020 has thrown at us we can sure use something special.

Special Gift Ideas for the Holidays

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