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some tips Make you more time to read

  • Author:Corina Zhang
  • Release on :2016-09-06

I don't think I need to tell you that reading is good for you—great for you. The more you read, the more you learn. The more you learn, the greater the grasp you have on how the world ticks. Reading expands your life perspective and fine tunes your life filter. You understand life more, and in turn, can deal with it better. Unfortunately, most people don't read. Sometimes, people do want to read—they've got a book at home sitting on the shelf that they fancy—but can never seem to find the time. Well my friends, this post is for you.

Reading is a pleasure.

Obviously, to get yourself motivated to read, read something that interests you. Meditation, animals, philosophy, sex—whatever you want. If you're drawn to the book, the more likely you'll be excited to pick it up and read it.

Set triggers.

Make reading a habit by setting triggers. For example, breakfast (among other things), is my trigger. Whenever I break the fast, I make it a rule to read. You can do this for anything—when you go the washroom, when you're riding the subway, while you eat dinner, before bed—you get the point. Your triggers will act as a friendly reminder that you should read. It may take some time getting used to (like all habits do), but it's worth it!

Have a goal

Some people set radical goals for themselves like reading one book a week. (Yeah, I know right?) Obviously you don't have to be as radical as that. You can start by reading a book a month. Or a book every two months even. Up to you. Whatever floats your boat. But setting a goal and aspiring to reach it gives you a focus that'll help you get the job done.


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