I studied Hebrew as a child/teen, but stopped before becoming fully fluent. And then, as happens when a language isn’t used regularly, I lost a lot of what I once knew. I’ve been thinking about trying to regain my Hebrew for a while, and despite really not having time for ANYTHING except work through at least February, I’ve signed up to audit a Hebrew class that starts January 4th. My goal is to be able to read the newspaper or listen to the Hebrew version of Israel Story. So as a result my 2018 reading goals are going to be a bit different:
- Keep up with the Hebrew class reading/studying
- Read at least 12 newspaper or magazine articles in Hebrew (or listen to –and understand – an equivalent number of podcasts).
- Read (or listen to) more than 52 books
- Be social in my reading – whether it’s participating in Flat Book Society Reads, Dewey’s Readathon, 24in48, or reading challenges such as Halloween Bingo here on Booklikes.
- Make progress on the mountain of unfinished series – especially continuing my re-read of the Foreigner series by CJ Cherryh.
I like to keep my reading goals low-key, so even though I was intrigued by the Women Writer’s Bingo and browsed through the excellent Master List of 2018 Reading Challenges list of challenges published by Girlxoxo I’m going to stick to two year-long challenges that are incidental to my existing reading habits
2018 Library Love Challenge hosted by co-hosted by Angel’s Guilty Pleasures and Brooke Blogs. Challenge sign-up is HERE or HERE. With my no-stress challenge mentality, I’m going to stick with the Overdrive Junkie: Read 36 books Level
2018 Audiobook Challenge hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer and and Hot Listens. Signup is HERE or HERE. I’m selecting the Weekend Warrior (I’m getting the hang of this) Level and shooting for 5-10 audiobooks