2023…

Here we are. It is January. The start to a new year is upon us. I have some simple goals for the year: read more πŸ“š, write more βœ’οΈ, skate more πŸ›Ό, travel moreπŸ—Ί, play more πŸŽ‰, laugh more πŸ˜‚, love more ❀,Β  witch more πŸ•―, and be more myself than ever before.

My 2023 word of the year is:

To me this means to believe in myself, believe in others, believe in the unbelievable, and just generally believe. I want to try to reconnect with the feeling of truly believing I had as a child. The witch in me is ready for this as well.

I have already read two books this year to get my reading goals off to a good start. I am participating in the Girlxoxo 2023 Monthly Keyword Challenge. The idea is that you pick a book with one of these words in the title, or a related word to the keywords. The keywords for January are: crown, girl, whisper, black, heart, guide, all, and ever. They also have a group on Goodreads to keep up with others in the group.

My first two books of the year were The Rogue Crown by A.K. Mulford and Under the Whispering Door by T.J. Klune. I highly enjoyed both books and I feel like I am off to a very strong start this year. I set a super conservative goal of reading 24 books for 2023, but I am planning to revisit that after this month.

What are you reading? Do you have any goals? I am also doing this crazy bingo that I found on pinterest. I will keep you updated on how that goes.

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  1. Those are excellent goals, and I love your word for the year.

    I’m not picking a word for this year, and my only goals are to read 52 books (or more) and enjoy the ride while seeing where the year takes me.

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