I'm on day two of reading through the Bible in year: so far so good (lol). I'm using blueletterbible.org to keep track of what I'm reading. I really like their plans. They have several different ways to go through (traditional canon, chronological, NT/OT, etc.), so you have choices. I've chosen to go through chronologically. (I've read several places that the Bible as we know it is not in the order in which it was written. Does that disturb anyone else?!) Anyway, I mark off as I read a chapter, so the site keeps track of what I've read. It also can hold you accountable if you so choose, which I did. There are TONS of study aids, suggestions for song/music, lexicons, etc. for every verse. I think this is going to go well. It helps that I?m at work most days, so taking a few minutes to read every day is pretty easy.