They all do, though. Don't they? And they prolly are good ideas. It's just that there are too many of them.
When I read about the challenge to read award winning books -- just twelve in one year -- I thought it was not just a good idea but a superb idea. I quickly signed up, made a first selection, and boasted on my blog. Others read my post and they, too, thought it a good idea and have signed up.
And it still is a good idea. Except, frankly, on reflection, I don't need this challenge. I don't really need any more challenges in my life right now. Maybe never! I have lists of quilting projects -- some of them with deadlines -- and an excellent book to read each month for the book club, and presentations to prepare and deliver, and meetings to attend, and -- well, I imagine you know exactly what I'm talking about and can fill in your own list of obligations and challenges.
I don't want a reading challenge. I don't want to have to feel bad if I don't manage to read twelve award winning books in the space of a year. I'll hang onto the link to the challenge, and use it as another source of recommendations, but for my own sanity, I need to take the logo, the link, and the list off of da blog.