A 365 Day Challenge…take 2

The worth of a book is to be measured by what you can carry away from it. ~James Bryce

Well, anyone who followed me last year knows I ‘attempted’ to complete the 365 day challenge of blogging a different book quote each day of the year. And if anyone followed me (of if you look at the post before this one) you can see I only made it to 130 days…

Last year about the 130 day mark, life got a little (more like a lot crazy). I am happy to say since that time, I completed my Masters, relocated to Florida and began my teaching career! Sure life is, and will always be a little crazy, but at the same time I am feeling more settled and ready to try this 365 day challenge again!

Will I make it…not sure, but I am sure going to try!

Starting today January 1st 2013, I will post a quote from a book daily for one whole year.

I believe the right quote has the ability to connect with you in a special way. Some quotes can really speak to us and we are able to relate to them in how they reflect our lives. The right quote from a book has the power to connect and illuminate the meaning and purpose of a book  and by relating to the quote the reader is able to connect with the book.

So with my love of books….

love of quotes….

and determination to complete something

let the challenge begin! (Again!)

~Elizabeth

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Welcome to my 365 Project 2012!

The worth of a book is to be measured by what you can carry away from it. ~James Bryce

Anyone who knows me, knows 2 things about me:

1) I LOVE books

2) I LOVE quotes

So when I stumbled upon the Project 365 idea, I thought this could be a fun way to combine both the things I love!

The plan will be starting January 1st 2012, I will post a quote from a book daily for one whole year. Not only will this be a great way for me to revisit and discover 365 books, this will also be a test to see if I can fully commit myself to a project like this for an entire year.

I believe the right quote has the ability to connect with you in a special way. Some quotes can really speak to us and we are able to relate to them in how they reflect our lives. The right quote from a book has the power to connect and illuminate the meaning and purpose of a book  and by relating to the quote the reader is able to connect with the book.

So if you are a lover of books, quotes or both, I hope you will enjoy this project as much as I am sure I will enjoy working on it 🙂

~Elizabeth