Don't Procrastinate Any Longer

Don't Procrastinate Any Longer

Don't Procrastinate Any Longer: How to Make Reading a Daily Habit

 

Are you someone who constantly finds themselves saying, "I really need to start reading more"? Well, don't worry my bookworm friends, because I have the solution for you.

Step 1: Make a reading schedule

First things first, you need to make a schedule for when you're going to read. Don't worry, it doesn't have to be anything fancy. Just pick a time of day when you know you'll have some free time, and stick to it. For example, if you're someone who likes to unwind before bed, make your reading time right before you go to sleep.

Step 2: Find a comfortable reading spot

Now that you have your reading time set, it's important to find a spot that's comfortable for you. Whether it's your bed, a cozy armchair, or even a hammock, make sure it's somewhere you'll enjoy spending time. And don't forget, a good reading light is a must!

Step 3: Pick a book you're excited about

Let's be real, it's a lot easier to read when you're actually interested in what you're reading. So, before you start your reading schedule, pick a book that you're excited to dive into. Bonus points if it's something you've been meaning to read for a while but haven't gotten around to yet.

Step 4: Set a goal

Setting a goal for yourself is a great way to stay motivated. Whether it's reading a certain number of pages, or finishing a book within a certain time frame, having a goal will give you something to work towards.

Step 5: Reward yourself

And finally, don't forget to reward yourself! Whether it's a small treat, like a piece of chocolate, or something bigger, like a new book, make sure to give yourself a pat on the back for all your hard work.

So, there you have it folks, the secret to making reading a daily habit. And remember, reading is like exercising for your brain, so don't be afraid to stretch those literary muscles. Happy reading!

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