14 Ways to Read More Books

Do you want to read more books? But you just don’t have enough time? Between working, life and bingeing on Netflix, there’s just not enough hours in the day left for reading.

As a busy bookworm, I understand where you are coming from. But I think it is possible to fit more reading time into your daily schedule. It’s just a matter of prioritising reading in your life. You might be surprised by how many extra minutes of reading you can squeeze into your day.

Last year I managed to read 105 books. Below are some of the ways I clawed back some reading time in my day.

1. Read books that you like

It sounds simple doesn’t it? But how many times have you gotten stuck on a slow, boring book and kept persevering, even when reading it felt like an unpleasant chore. If it feels like work then there’s no way you are going to burn through those pages. So, don’t waste time on books you aren’t enjoying and instead go to the next book on your to be read pile. Continue reading

How do you tackle your to be read pile?

One problem that bookaholics are always dealing with is our never-ending to be read pile. I currently have more than fifty books waiting patiently for me to read them. Some of these books have been on my shelves forever.

My never-ending to be read pile

With such a huge pile of books to be read you would think that I would stop buying more books but unfortunately I don’t work that way. I am easily swayed by other people’s recommendations, pretty covers and new release books surrounded by buzz and so my pile keeps growing and growing. Maybe I should stop sugar-coating it and just admit that I am greedy when it comes to books. I see, I want, I will maybe read it later. Continue reading