I have to say, I'm really glad 2020 is finally over with. Too bad changing the calendar doesn't change the fact that we're still in the middle of a pandemic. But at least now, with the vaccines, there's hope that the pandemic will come to an end this year. Maybe even by the summer. Wouldn't that be nice? I'd love to go on a road trip without worrying about contracting Covid.
At the moment though I still feel like I'm living in a strange limbo of waiting. It makes it hard to set any goals, or make any plans. Usually at this time of year I have a short list of things I hope to accomplish over the next 12 months as well as a list of new things I want to try, and life feels full of possibility. But not this year. So far I haven't made any resolutions, or set any goals, and I'm not sure what I want to shoot for this year. Like I said, I think I'm mostly waiting to see how things go.
Even my reading plans feel undefined and amorphous. I have a huge TBR list of books that I want to read, but I haven't joined any reading challenges, or set any specific reading goals for 2021. I have some vague ideas about reading more nonfiction books this year, and reading (or rereading) more books from my own shelves, but nothing concrete. And I think I'm okay with that. Whatever I'm in the mood for is what I'll read next.
What about you? Got any big plans for 2021? Set any reading goals?
Whatever your hopes and dreams may be this year,
I hope they all come true!
And I hope your year is full of good books, too.