Using The Holidays For Long Awaited Reads

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Is anyone else super excited that it’s finally Friday?

I always love Friday’s because I know I can finally look forward to the weekend and spending some much needed quality time with my kiddos. I work a lot of hours and don’t get to see them much during the week, so weekends for me are spent with them.

But another thing I look forward to is some quiet time reading. With it being December and an important holiday month for those in the US, I will be using a lot of vacation time. That extra time at home means catching up on my TBR for the end of the year and also making a dent in the mile-high-pile I have going on in my house.

My main focus in December is finally using the extra time at home to read one particular book I have been looking forward to reading all year. It took me this long to finally get to it, but I started it earlier this week and I believe it will be the perfect finale to my reading year.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte has been on the top of my mind to read this entire year. I am finally reading it and loving it just as much as I knew I would. Almost kicking myself in the butt for how long it took me to get there, but nonetheless I am there and I am content.

I highly recommend using this upcoming holiday time to read something you’ve been wanting to but haven’t had a chance to get to. Not only will you have finally reached that goal, but you’ll feel happy that you made yourself do it!

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What is one book you wanted to read more than any other this year and why? Did you read it or is it still waiting for you to pick it up?

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