How to Read (a Lot) More Books This Year, According to Harvard Research
Elle Kaplan

Thanks for this clear article! Most of those tips seem very legit once you get to use to them everyday without even thinking about it. I read in the subway, I read walking, in bed and while eating breakfast. This doesn’t prevent me from piling up books I bought and have yet to read. And that’s okay!
Walk around in a library is a good think to do, you grab a few books and sometimes feel a strong connection to the topic, the author or the title. I’d recommend to do this often and feel free about every aspect of it. And if you don’t want to spend money on a potential disappointment, you can practice this at the public library. Such places erase the sense of commitment one can have when investing on a book. It’s a great feeling :)

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