Having a tangible piece of reading material in your hand — instead of an internet-connected device where you can also check your email or look up recipes on Pinterest — can limit distraction and necessary willpower.
How to Read (a Lot) More Books This Year, According to Harvard Research
Elle Kaplan
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You can’t do this on a Kindle (not the Fire), perhaps instead of saying “physical books” you could make that clearer? I know I read more books now that I can get the hard books on my Kindle and look up definitions and Wiki entries about historical events in real time, rather than having to get out my computer or look up something later. And the notes I take are much easier to reach later. I’m sure other book-only e-readers are similar.

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