As many of you know, I like to read – a lot. But trying to find the opportunity to squeeze in a little book time can sometimes feel next to impossible. So how do I manage it, let alone a lot of it? Many people have asked me this question. My usual answer: I don’t have a clue. I just read. Instead of doing other things, I read. Plain and simple.
But that advice doesn’t seem to be very helpful. So, today, I resort to someone else’s explanation on how to become a more avid reader. The following link gives some tips on how to read 70 books in a year. But don’t let the title scare you. Perhaps your goal is to read 5 books in a year. Either way, this article will help you get on the right track.
I’ll tell how Jeremy gets his reading in…he takes his books everywhere he goes…EVERYWHERE! He never leaves the house without his bible and at least one book! If we decided to go up the street and get some ice cream a book would join us for the one minute car ride. I’m usually the driver. This is not a bad thing! love ya sugapoo…….dlrk
I’m guessing Jeremy’s better half posted the above!
Is this blog going to become, A cup with Sugapoo?
Interesting article. I have been a very slow reader all my life. In grade school and high school I always spent three times the time on my studies to excel. It wasn’t until I enrolled in a speed reading course that the instructer diagnosed me as dyslexia. For years I was ashamed and would not admit to anyone of this condition. However, with that being said I do love to read and do so all the time. Good article thanks for sharing. Knowlege is power and reading permits one to gain knowledge. I have a very interesting story about when and how I had to share my being dyslexia. I may share sometime for it has had a very positive effect on my profession.