Summer Wrap Up and September Goals

What is it?Like to post about your goals? Link up with any goal post in staygoldautumn.com's linkup on the first day of the month!

Two different link ups one at Writes like a Girl called Small Goals, and another one at Stay Gold Autumn.

My Rating System:

Forgot to do it most days.

Somewhat met this goal (did at least 1/2 of the days.)

Mostly met this goal (did at least 2/3 of the days.)

Accomplished this goal.

July Goals

Finish Empty Threat (because my review is due before July 30th.)

Stay in the top 100 on Goodreads. Write an average of 3 reviews a day from here on out or 69 total reviews.

Continue creating new pages for my Bullet Journal at least one a week.

Sit down and review my week every Monday.

Summer Reading Wrap Up

What I read in July:
The Thirteenth Gate (Read my review)
Roger is Going Fishing (Read my review)
Empty Threat (Read my review)
The Devil’s Feast (Avery & Blake, #3)

Doctor Seuss Reading Challenge
Daisy-Head Mayzie
Hunches in Bunches
The Kings Stilts
Please Try to Remember the First of Octember
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins

What I read in August:
The Wise Man’s Fear (The Kingkiller Chronicle, #2)
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly

Doctor Seuss Reading Challenge
I Want to Be Somebody New!
The Butter Battle Book
On beyond zebra
Scrambled eggs super!
I had trouble in getting to Solla Sollew

What I’m reading now: 99 Days (Red Proxy Book 2)

Up Next:

Shattered World Read Along

Pocket:

I use the Pocket app to read internet articles and blogs (a lot, I use Pocket a lot.) So I thought that with my monthly wrap up I’d share a couple of the best articles I read in the last month.

Summer Stuff

What a fun, crazy, busy, blessed summer we had! Here are just a few highlights:

Soccer Camp Crazy Hair Day.
Soccer Camp Crazy Hair Day.
My Grandmother and I both had quilts our Grandmother's made for us on display at the Brownsville Pioneer Picnic.
My Grandmother and I both had quilts our Grandmother’s made for us on display at the Brownsville Pioneer Picnic.
I had a great time leading crafts and science during Operation Arctic VBS.
I had a great time leading crafts and science during Operation Arctic VBS.
I volunteered for Mid Summer Arts, reading a story and doing yoga with kids at the Story Tree.
I volunteered for Mid Summer Arts, reading a story and doing yoga with kids at the Story Tree.
Little Bug Turned 7! We had a great Pokemon/ Pool party for her.
Little Bug Turned 7! We had a great Pokemon/ Pool party for her.
We went to the Opening Day at the new Carousel in town.
We went to the Opening Day at the new Carousel in town.
We were right in the totality for the Solar Eclipse!
We were right in the totality for the Solar Eclipse!
At the Oregon State Fair volunteering for Oregon Women for Agriculture.
At the Oregon State Fair volunteering for Oregon Women for Agriculture.

What an amazing summer! And that’s just the highlights. I hope you had an amazing summer too. Let me know the favorite thing you did this summer in the comments.

September Goals

Sit down and review my week every Monday.
Why? When I do this my weeks seem to go better and I get more accomplished (or at least I know what I accomplished.)

Blog for The Shattered Worlds Read Along, and Read A Book/Buy A Book day
Why? Over the summer I didn’t do a very good job of keeping up with my blog. Time to get back to work. Plus these are both great events to be celebrated in the reading world.

Log my meals for 1 week.
Why? I need to be doing this all the time, but it’s such a difficult habit to stay on top of. So my goal for this month is just to do it for 1 week, and then to build from there.

Do you have any goals for September? I’d love to discuss them in the comments below!

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