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Have you made any goals for the new year yet? I have made a few and one of them is to read two books a week. So far this has been going well but only because I have devised a system that allows me to do this without slacking on everything else I need to get done.
5 Tips to Help You Read More in 2020
*I still use Libby even with Audible. I prefer Libby when I want a book that’s older and I know I won’t be reading again or a book on my list I don’t mind waiting in line for. I also prefer to get audiobooks for my kids to listen to on Libby. Audible just has a much, much larger selection of audiobooks than my library through Libby does.
And if you’re like “What the heck is Libby?” It’s a really cool platform that works with local libraries to let you check out e-reader versions and audiobooks all from your phone. It’s free for you, all you need is your library card!
Is reading more one of your goals for 2020? I hope these tips help you to reach your goals!
1/27/2020 01:07:38 pm
These are all great tips to read more, I however, am recording and listening more to podcasts. Thank you for sharing at #trafficjamweekend
2/2/2020 01:45:47 pm
All good tips! I pinned this! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 9, open February 1 to 26.
2/2/2020 04:25:21 pm
I like to charge my phone on the kitchen counter (unless my hubby's out of town then I keep it in arm's reach) at night so I'm not distracted by it. I often carry a book in my purse or car and read when waiting for doctor's appointments or when my kids have activities they need me to drive them to (and wait for them so I can drive them home).
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