How to Meet Your Reading Challenge Goal this Year

29 10 2017

5 TIPS TO HELP YOU REACH YOUR READING CHALLENGE GOAL THIS YEAR

Rebecca Renner comes with new strategies to help herself and other overly ambitious book worms who’ve bitten off more than they can chew. Tips to help you reach your reading challenge goal.

TIP #1: BUDDY UP AND GET SOME INSPIRATION

TIP #2: CUT YOUR GOAL UP INTO LITTLE BITE-SIZED GOALS

TIP #3: CARVE OUT SOME QUIET TIME EVERY DAY

TIP #4: ALWAYS HAVE A BOOK WITH YOU

TIP #5: READ A DIFFERENT KIND OF BOOK

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What is your reading position?

29 10 2017

THE FIVE READING POSITIONS, RANKED

Reading may take place in the mind, but there’s no denying there’s a physical component to it as well. Whatever reading position you choose is important. If you’re not comfortable, chances are you won’t be reading as long or digesting the story as well. Here are five of the most common reading positions, ranked from best to worst. Which ones do you prefer?

1. SITTING – THE OLD STANDBY

2. SUPINE – THE FAVORITE   

3. STANDING – THE NECESSITY

4. SIDE – A NICE CHANGE OF PACE

5. PRONE – ONLY WHEN YOU HAVE TO

BONUS: UPSIDE DOWN – WORTH A TRY

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How to Get Kids to Read Books for Pleasure

12 10 2017

How to get kids to look away from their screens and take pleasure in books

In the summer, there were lots of excuses: camp, the pool, the beach, lazy days when it didn’t seem so bad if your kids were still in their pajamas and maybe watching a little TV or noodling around on an iPad. It was vacation, right? They’d read when school started. Wouldn’t pressuring them lead to resistance?

Now they’re back in school, and you’re up against something perhaps even more daunting: homework. (Also, soccer practice, piano lessons, play dates and on and on.)

How do you squeeze book-reading into this already overpacked schedule? More important: How do you help kids see reading as something separate from school, from testing, from work?

How do you foster a love of reading for pleasure?

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Hard-Core Readers’ Nightmare

1 09 2017

10 OBNOXIOUS THINGS PEOPLE SAY TO HARD-CORE READERS

Must have a big laugh of these people who are non-readers. Don’t know what they miss.

1. All that reading will destroy your eyes.

2. You’re going to spend all of your money on books and then you’ll starve and you can’t eat books, now can you.

3. You read books outside of class?

4. You read books for fun? What kind of masochist are you?

5. Oh, you read War and Peace? Weeeelllll, guess you’re too smart for me to talk to, huh?!

6. You know, those poor trees would still be on this planet supplying us with oxygen if it weren’t for you and your kind.

7. Why waste time reading books when you could be doing other things? Important things? Like following the latest celebrity gossip.

8. What are you, some kind of nerd?

9. You’ll have to buy a bigger house to fit all those books he heh heh heh heh heh *guffaw*.

10. You should stick to the realworld.

Source: BookRiot





Read a Book in a Week

5 06 2017

It may sound difficult, but the secret to reading a book every week is to not be precious about it. A few Tips & Tricks:

  • Don’t read before bed, read before work
  • Take advantage of your commute
  • Read on your phone

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How to Read More

28 04 2017

TIPS AND TRICKS FOR HOW TO READ MORE

When I talk about how I read a lot of books, people often ask me how I get so much reading done. Don’t you have a life? Are you a speed reader? No, and sort of. Like any mega-reader, it’s a mix of tricks to read more books. Here at Book Riot, our contributors have developed different methods to read more books. Read on for some of our favorite ways to fit more reading in your life.

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More Reading Done in 2017?

28 04 2017

8 Easy Ways To Get More Reading Done In 2017

  1. Curate That TBR Pile Mindfully
  2. Invoke The Pomodoro Method
  3. Binge Read
  4. Join A Book Club
  5. Set A Goodreads Reading Challenge
  6. Do As Rory Gilmore Did
  7. Consider The Audiobook
  8. Use Your Tech-Free Time Mindfully

Read furter @ Bustle