One of the problems all book bloggers are familiar with is scheduling their upcoming reads. This is something we are forced to do if we want to finish reading all our review copies on time and still find time to read something else.
We have already talked about this topic with some of you lovely ladies, and we know that most of bloggers are doing this. But here is what I want to ask you today:
Do you ever feel like reading has become more like a job or school assignment? Does this make you enjoy it less sometimes?
My answer is yes. I am not kind of person who loves too much pressure or boundaries. Even as a teacher I tend to change my lesson plans dozen times during the school year as soon as I feel that I have started to repeat same routines. It gets boring and uninspiring - for kids and myself. I act same way when it comes to reading. I do mark down all important dates, I keep track of publication dates, all new books (but old ones as well) that I can't wait to read and I try to come up with some sort of reading schedule. But as soon as I start to feel as if planner that is always somewhere near me, has started to rule my life, I give up on any form of scheduling. I just pick up what appeals to me in that moment.
What is your solution for this?