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  1. I love this article. Thank you!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      You’re so welcome Sowmya!

  2. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂 About a year ago it was very hard for me to find the time to read books but now, when I have my to read list in my bullet journal and I have included reading in my morning routine, it is way easier to do it.
    I’m currently just writing down all the books I’d like to read this year and giving them up to 5 stars of a rating when I’m done. 🙂

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      I love that you’re adding in your rating when you’re done ?

  3. Shea McMillan says:

    Very cool article!! I love to read and definitely haven’t committed to it the past year. I love creating lists to “color in” as I complete them so great idea with BINGO and to encourage more diverse reading. I also like the monthly spread to list what books were read each month! Thanks! And GREAT HAIR, Lee!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      We loved all of these ideas too, Shea! And I totally agree, LeeNichole’s hair is AMAZING!

  4. Great post! the “where are my books” spread is such a great idea – I really need to do that. I think I’m going to do the bingo card also – I have noticed that there isn’t a lot of diversity in what I’ve been reading. Thanks!

  5. “The Night Circus” is amazing as a book on cd from the library or on Audible. I am looking forward to reading the actual book! I recommend it to everyone! I enjoyed all of your ideas and will definitely include a few in my bujo! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      So glad to hear you enjoyed it Renee!

  6. I love this post so much!! As a hard-core teen reader,bujo-er and blogger, I always crave these kind of posts. Love love love 🙂

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks so much Taasia!

  7. Can anyone join your FB book club? What sorts of books do you read/discuss? I’m a librarian currently working in a public elementary school. Sometimes, I’d like to read/discuss with other adults. Does that make sense?

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Hey Kimberly, this post was written but LeeNichole and she linked her online book club in the post. You are free to head on over to her group and join if you would like!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      You’re very welcome Jenn.

  8. This post was made for people like me! I swear, the only thing I care about outside of knowing where/when I need to be on any given day is books/reading. What I’ve read, ideas of what to read to complete challenges, what I want to read outside of challenges, buddy read ideas for me & my 12 yr old, books coming out soon that I want to put on hold @ the library, lists of books I think friends would like, books I was interested enough to check out but did not have time to read before expiring, a place to write things that caught my attention while reading & I want to look up more info about, lists of books that are mentioned in other books. Bullet journaling is really the only thing that meets my needs and lets me keep all this craziness in one place.

    I love your BINGO idea for the RHC! I think I’m going to use as inspiration for my challenges! In the past, when I’ve been in a slump, I’ve searched Pinterest for random book bingo cards & glued them into my bujo to help get me out of my funk … I think this idea will really help me stay motivated.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      So glad to hear you enjoyed this Melissa!

  9. This is probably my favorite post! I created a bookshelf in my Bullet Journal but I love the different kinds shown in this post!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It’s wonderful to hear you enjoyed this post so much Ashley!

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