Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Making Time to Read

Have you been making excuses about why you don't have time to read (like me)?



PS I typically carry either a hardcopy book, my iPad, or my nook around with me to read in the city. It's perfect for (long) subway rides. I also downloaded Nook for my iPhone for when I'm simply without a book. Not the biggest screen in the world, but after a couple of minutes, I adjust to the smallness and read, read, read!

7 comments :

  1. I haven't had time to read lately either, :( I miss it! Thanks for sharing! xx

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  2. Since the summer ended I feel like I have no time to read, but I'm forcing myself to get back on track!

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  3. I think forcing yourself to go to bed a little earlier than usual & taking 15 mins to read makes a huge difference in life. Of course sometimes when the book is too good you stay up and don't get enough sleep- definitely had that problem!

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  4. Oh, I can definitely empathize. It can be so hard to find time for leisure reading during the school year. Thanks for the tips!

    Erika
    www.thecardinalplanner.com

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  5. Great article! I always try to make time to read, but with school starting again, it has definitely been hard. Thanks for the post, Carly! Now I am motivated to make some time to read some leisure books!
    XX Ali

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  6. I have that exact Penguin Classics copy of Pride and Prejudice! Swan print cover and all!

    xx, Taylor
    pearlsandponies.blogspot.com

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  7. The article came up on my Facebook newsfeed, and I love it. I think we can SAY we don't have time to do things that we really love, but there is always a way and it is usually the best thing to do. At least for me, reading is a really important mental health break and I can definitely feel when I haven't been doing it enough...like now.

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