How to Read Books When You’re Busy

In today’s hectic life reading has become very difficult. Prose and pancakes shows us some great ways to get time for reading This is a great post by an awesome blogger, do not forget to like share and follow her blog. She is a great blogger. Let’s support her.

Prose & Pancakes

You want to read books, but your new job doesn’t let you. Or you’ve been trying super hard to keep all the balls in the air, with your school and your internship and can’t squeeze time out for reading? Whatever the case, you are always busy and you often wonder how some people are able to read even when they’re as occupied as you. Guess what? I have the answer.

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Make reading your priority

This is the first step. You just need to decide to read every day and consider reading as important as, say, bathing. I think it helps when you think of reading as something you need to do.

Challenge yourself or join some online reading challenge

Goals help people read more. They personally don’t work for me, but I think they work for a lot of people. You can challenge yourself and decide that you wanna…

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4 thoughts on “How to Read Books When You’re Busy

  1. I have shared Nikita’s post on Twitter.
    I read a lot of blogs every day, so save my book reading for bedtime, when I can read undisturbed.
    I agree that we should all read more, which is why I bought a Kindle Tablet last December, and have managed to read more than twenty-five books so far this year. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Great, thank you so much for supporting her. I am getting lazy again about reading. I don’t know, it always happens to me. That’s why I found this post very interesting. 🙂✌

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    1. Thank you. I hope you enjoy more posts of this wonderful blogger. She is great and encouraging.

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