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One of my favorite things about the end of the year has become releasing the annual printable reading log! I can hardly believe this is year FOUR!
You may remember the original one from Hadley Designs and the 2021 edition from Carrot Top Paper Shop and the 2022 one from HnH Design Shop (all of them are available as undated versions right here, if you’d like to use one of them this year too!).
I couldn’t be more thrilled that the 2023 printable reading log is now available, designed by Laura from Liza Design Co.
This travel theme this year is especially fun – I love all the cute details Liza added in and whether you’ll be reading on an airplane this year or virtually traveling from your couch with a good book, I hope you’ll LOVE using this printable reading log in 2023.
There are 100 book spines so you can track up to 100 books you read this year
If your goal is to read 12 books in 2023, then you can color in everything except for 12 books spines.
If you’re aiming for 25 or 50 or 80, you can do the same.
If you read MORE than 100, fill this one up and then print off a second one!
There are so many ways to use this year’s printable reading log – you can print off a big version and hang it on your wall or a smaller size that fits on a bulletin board or a small version to tape or glue in the front of your planner or journal.
(If you’d like to print off a big size, here are the step-by-step directions for how to do an engineering print – you’ll be hooked on how spectacular they are AND how cheap they are! They also make great gifts for book club members or reader friends!)
You can write the titles of the books you want to read this year on the spines and then color them in when you’ve finished them.
You could color them all in now and then write the titles in as you read them.
You can use a color code to differentiate between audiobooks and paper books or grown-up books and read-alouds or books by diverse authors or new releases and classics.
Basically the reading log possibilities are endless.
And it’s perfect for all ages – kids and adults alike.
Another fun thing we added last year and kept for this year is the daily reading tracking, if you’d like to use it. You’ll notice the little circles that make a border around the edge – there’s one for every day of the year, so if you want to track how many days you read in 2022, you can color in a circle each day that you read.
They’re subtle enough that if you DON’T want to track your daily reading, it’s fine to just leave them blank or color them in for fun.
No matter how you choose to use the 2023 Printable Reading Log, I hope it’ll make this coming year of reading one of your best yet.
I can’t wait to see you use this – it’s going to be a fantastic year!
You can sign up to get a copy of it here and it’ll come right to your inbox!
P.S. As you print and use this over the coming weeks and months, I’d be thrilled if you’d please share it with me on Instagram – tag me @everydayreading and Liza @lizadesignco so we can see them out in the wild!
if you liked this post about the printable reading log, you might also like these other posts:
- A Reading Journal for Kids
- The Best Kindle Unlimited Books
- Book Club Suggestions: 29 of the Best Book Club Books
Photos by Heather Mildenstein