Though one of my goals was to make time to read and review this year, one thing I haven’t been doing is reviewing every book I read.
Let me be straight: I don’t accept review requests, so I’m already reading whatever I feel like. I’m not obligated to write reviews.
But sometimes, when I finish I book, the thought of writing a review is rather exhausting. And not appealing. So I don’t review it.
Having fun and enjoying what I do is important too. That’s why I don’t review every book I read. Because if I find myself not picking up another book because I know I have to write my review first, that spells trouble.
Because sometimes you have to recognize what’s not working for you and take steps to address it.
If that means not reviewing every book you read, do it.
Because being happy with what you’re doing is more important than reviewing books.
What could you eliminate or do less of to have more fun?