Top ways to get your daily reading quota complete

Reading is an important element of one’s life. Individuals who read are obviously more intellectual and have better knowledge than people who do not have the habit of reading. The premise of reading is simple; it is to have a go through of anything, which is insightful, be it a paragraph, a whole essay or a new book. Even reading newspapers daily for an average of ten to fifteen minutes also counts as a healthy reading habit, because it gives you a lot of information on the current affairs and news locally as well as around the world.


Reading has over the time decreased in terms of reading consumption as people have gone busy with their schedules and the toughness of the life, followed by problematic distractions like technology, gadgets and growth in electronic media. However, daily reading consumption is important if one has to improve on their intellectual level and keep a healthy habit in their lives. Today’s guest post blog is going to talk about some of the top ways that can help you keep up with your busy schedules and still get your daily reading quota.

Subscribe to electronic magazines or newspapers
The convenience with the growth in electronic media is such that you can easily get everything on your phones and tablets and this is what can give you your daily reading quota. Just go onto any website for magazine or newspapers which is credible enough and register your subscription for that. On most websites, you will find that subscribing is absolutely free, so there is no payment you have to make. Additionally, you will get newspapers or magazines directly on your phone accessible easily and this way your eventual daily reading quota.

Read on your way
When you are travelling in a subway or a bus and you are not actually driving, rather than sticking to your phones, you can just pick up the copy of your book or magazine or even download an e-version of it with you and read it on your way. Again, using travelling time like this is not only a productive habit, but very easily satisfies your daily quota of reading without you having to stretch yourself to manage to achieve all that. Reading becomes easy through improvisations like these.

Read before you sleep
Quiet reading ten minutes before you sleep actually is a great way. Not only it relaxes your mind, but also gives you the benefit of relaxing before you close your eyes and take out all the stressful thoughts that you have had before. Reading habitually calms your nerves down.

Read when you are bored
There will be times during the day when you are simply bored and have not much to do, this is the time when you can really focus on your reading. The trick with this is to keep your reading material with you, even a smarter idea is to save and download it on your phone or tablet so you do not even have to carry the book physically.

You may also like

   Leave a Reply