At the start of 2009, I decided that it would be a good idea to follow a Bible-reading plan this year. Since I was busy last Fall teaching at Regeneration and at youth small group, most of my study and meditation on Scripture ended up being related to whatever teaching assignment I had next. While I'm not sure that this is necessarily wrong, I think it does tend to limit the parts of Scripture that I look at and tends to make my reflection more focused on getting what I need out of the text rather than simply reflecting on it and letting it speak into my life for itself.
The reading plan that I decided to use is the M'Cheyne plan as modified by D.A. Carson. I found a PDF that I was able to print two-sided on a single sheet of paper to fold and stick in my study Bible. It will actually work out to be a two-year plan that will take me through the New Testament twice and once through the Old Testament.
For other Bible-reading plans, see Justin Taylor's roundup. When I went through a plan before, several years ago, I used the Discipleship Journal plan, which, interestingly enough, John Piper has decided to use this year.