Reading for pleasure is a concept that seems impossible for some folks, but it doesn't matter how busy you are. You can find time to read!
Whether you’re a voracious reader, struggling to read, or you haven’t read in years - The 2021 Reading Challenge is a surefire way to get started, get more out of your reading life, and actually enjoy what you're reading.
For the book obsessed, your TBR pile is probably higher than Mount Everest and it's growing daily. But, contrary to popular belief, there are a lot of things you can do to make some headway and make a dent in
If you want to read diverse books but you're not sure how to start, or if you are currently reading diverse books but you want more tips - check out our 5 Tips To Read More Diversely Consistently!
It's well known that screen time right before bed keeps you up and disturbs your sleep cycle. So let's swap scrolling through Instagram and checking emails for a book or audiobook instead.
What do readers track in their journals? We are sharing seven different things you can track in your reading journal and we hope these ideas will provide some inspiration or improve your current process.
We decided to tackle five of the most commonly set New Year’s resolutions to show you how reading books can help you achieve those goals or how you can incorporate reading into achieving your other personal goals.
If you’ve been tracking your reading for sometime now, you may be looking for ways to improve. If you’re new to it all, you may be trying to decide what will work best for you. Our recommendation is to try
We’re all in different stages of our relationship with reading. So whether you’re a voracious reader and you read close to one hundred books a year, or you’re struggling to read one book per month, or you haven’t read in