Daily Journal: March 12, 2023

I’m glad to say that the streak is still alive and well. Although I could reach one of today’s goals, getting March’s total over 50%, it still was a very fun and productive day.

My total for the day, so far, is 252 pages, getting the current month to 2,719 pages, which represents 49.2% of the total quota. The goal that I did, in fact, achieved was getting past this week’s quota with a total of 1,491, a very satisfying 245 pages to contribute to the cause of getting the surplus pages down just a little bit.

As I promised, tomorrow will mark the return of my weekly update of how the numbers of the year and the project in general behaved this past week. Not to spoil anything, but there has been some forward progress, particularly in the dates for reaching the first half of the project, and of course, the whole thing.

This week has seen some shifts thanks to my new regime of reading, combining some graphic novels in between the sessions of more dense material, as books tend to be slower read with huge payoffs. In order to keep the focus and motivation of really seeing registered pages fill the cells of my digital records, this combination of mediums has proven the most effective.

For example, today, I read and finished the third volume of the Usagi Yojimbo Saga, which consequently is now on the columns of my finished items, in between the magical pages of Robin Hobb’s The Ship of Magic, this way, there’s some quick pages to register while the big payoff falls.

These upcoming days, the focus will be on a couple of Delcourt comics series, Elves and Dwarves.

All of this is with the aim of trying to get the current books done by the first major event of the year, Tolkien Reading Day.

Off to read



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