reading

@xyla_v (314)
India
January 13, 2007 7:11pm CST
how many of you have the habit of reading everything that falls in to your hand? i know to some extent that i do this and still feel there are so many books left to read out for me.
4 responses
@Wanderlaugh (1625)
• Australia
14 Jan 07
I've reached the point of simple yes/no reactions to anything I read. I read a lot, every day, have for decades, and there's so much left I want to read it's going to take a few more decades just to get through the shopping list.
• Romania
14 Jan 07
you must have a lot of spare time. tell us your secret about this. one question you read quite all the time? are you walking with a book in your hand throw the house?
@xyla_v (314)
• India
14 Jan 07
there is no secret i suppose except for time management. im sure my friend will agree to this that it entirely depends managing your time..
@patgalca (13891)
• Orangeville, Ontario
14 Jan 07
I keep bringing more and more books into the house and can't seem to find the time to read them. They are piling up all over the place. I brought some home from my mother's with the intention of selling them but I can't bring myself to do that without reading them first. It's bad enough I can't get through the magazines and newspapers. I really should get rid of this computer. LOL!
@xyla_v (314)
• India
15 Jan 07
the first thing you can do is prepare a time table and align a certain time to reading and keep sticking to the time every day and you'll really find that you have not only managed your time but also running out of books. try this and you'll find the difference
@baietzika (588)
• Romania
14 Jan 07
i do i read anything but after few pages if it is really not in my interest i give up. itis no use reading something i dont like and gets me bored
@xyla_v (314)
• India
14 Jan 07
i got your point but still i try to read as much as i can but to find myself no time.
• Hyderabad, India
14 Jan 07
Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) is the nation's oldest and largest nonprofit children's literacy organization. Through RIF programs, such as the National Book