The one thing that I do know about though is the readathon this last weekend. Here's a quick hour breakdown by the hour . . .
Hour 1: Sleeping.
Hour 2: Woke up, showered, got ready for the day.
Hour 3: Check-ins with other participants. Read 13 pages.
Hour 4: Listened to 27 minutes while making a big breakfast with the family.
Hour 5: Read 16 pages.
Hour 6: Somehow I fell asleep and took a little nap!!
Hour 7: Listened 46 minutes.
Hour 8: Listened 36 minutes.
Hour 9: Check-ins with other participants.
Hour 10: Read 119 pages.
Hour 11: Read 91 pages.
Hour 12: Power nap!
Hour 13: Read 82 pages.
Hour 14: Dinner, then read 18 pages.
Hour 15: Read 57 pages.
Hour 16: Read 30 pages.
Hour 17: Read 80 pages.
Hour 18: Read 84 pages.
Hour 19: Read 82 pages.
Hour 20-24: Sleep!
The final totals for the day ended up being pretty good, and the relaxation and rest that I got was exactly what I needed. Here are the final details . . .
Listened 109 minutes.
Read 672 pages.
Finished 5 books.
I call that success!!
Did you participate in the readathon? How did you do?
I’d call that a huge success. I wanted to participate this year but couldn’t. I did listen to one of my books a little.ReplyDelete
Jenny ... So, you did get to participate a little bit!!Delete
5 books? Dang, girl! That IS a successful readathon!ReplyDelete
Michelle ... Well, two of them I had already started, and the other three were graphic novels. But, I'm still gonna take it. It was so relaxing and fun!Delete
I got through two books and then went in the middle of the day and bought three more. Isn't Readathon supposed to shrink our TBRs? ;)ReplyDelete
I'm glad you got so much relaxation time!
Kristen M. ... I'm not sure the readathon has ever shrunk my TBR!! I always end up adding more books to my lists!Delete