One of the things that I love to do to keep track of my reading, is keeping a reading journal. While I do use Goodreads, I don’t always update my progress. For me, the reading journal holds me accountable for what I read, and when I read it. I think of it as a supplement to Goodreads. The reading journal that I have, was a gift from my reading tutor when I was in elementary school. While I have had it for a long time, I didn’t start really using it as a reading journal until May 23, 2015. When I started using it for my reading journal, it was messy and not very organized, it wasn’t systemized yet. It didn’t take long for me to find a functional system. I really love seeing how many pages I read in a day. Below you will find how I set up my journal, the page I used is from the Summer Biannual Bibliothon:
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When I was public schooled, I used to have a reading log like your’s and it kept track of my reading! I kind of have something like a reading journal now, but it is more like a writing journal filled with all of my ideas for future novels. Since I have so many journals, I may have to start another reading log! c:
I have another journal that I write drafts of books reviews in, and then I have more empty journals for when I need them.
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Is it weird/creepy that looking at this journal arouses me a little? I LOVE keeping track of things in a detailed way!
Yes, it is extremely creepy!
naaahhhhh… not creepy at all 😀 organization ❤ 😛
Bless you for understanding ❤ 😉
I’ve been wanting to start logging my reading in a notebook/journal myself. This is a great way to stay organized and keep up with everything.
I think you should just go for it!