(Y-11) Now back to our regularly scheduled program

When I started this year of reading my goal was to read 53,000 pages, this of course was with the idea of injecting some life to my grand total.

My original daily average was 146 pages, and now, 19 weeks into my eleventh year of reading that average has gone up to 166 pages.

With 14,667 of pages read for the year I am at that point where it is time to put the pedal to the metal and get shit done.

With that in mind, here is my battle plan.

I’ll go back and do weekly reports, starting my week on Mondays and finishing it on Sunday and writing on this blog how my week was, this at 9:00 p.m. sharp.

So, in order to reach my coveted total, I will have to read roughly 1,162 pages a week.

And just for the fun of it, each week that I reached my total, it will be rewarded with some new reading material.

For this week of reading I have 186 pages of total reading.

Let this be a motivation for me not to repeat such a low number.

Let’s get to it.

azr.

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