Here’s a list of 10 practical applications to achieve your tangible, quantifiable reading goals for the year.
keeping a reading journal can boost your productivity.
Spare a few minutes every day to read.
Reading the same authors and genres can make you get into a rut.
Having a community of readers who uplift and motivate you.
you can physically read thirty and listen to audiobooks for the other twenty.
So if you start the year with books you’re most excited about, or books by already favourite writers, it’s easier to get into the reading mindset.
Tangibly seeing yourself slowly but surely moving towards a goal is very conducive to motivating yourself to achieve it.
If you have a reading nook at your home, you can redecorate it with quilts, candles, book stacks, plants and flowerpots.
When you reach a quarter, or half, of the number of books you want to read, take yourself out for a treat.
Whether it’s two words a day or two thousand, it doesn’t matter. Without anxiety or pressure, just read.