I did it! I somehow completed my 2020 Reading Journal pretty earlier into the new year. Which is actually accomplishing a lot since I still have an art journal/scrapbook/thing from 2018 that has barely been started (and will probably never be finished).
This was a fun project to express my thoughts about the books I read, so I’ve decided to continue with a 2021 reading journal as well. I’ve already added a few new things that I want to try, including a list of reading goals I want to accomplish. I decorated the plain black cover with some fun stickers as well.
Here are a few pages I created for October, November, and December that I really liked. I contemplated making a flip through video of the journal, but I didn’t know if that would be interesting or if anybody would want to see page after page of my awful handwriting. (I should make a goal to figure out how to write neater or slower or whatever.) At the end of the journal, I added a fun stats page that records how many books I read as well as how many of each genre, format, where I got it from, and how many I read each month. I got those stats by using a fun reading tracker spreadsheet created by El from El’s Book Reviews, which she made for 2021 as well!