I Read Too | How to Read More and Slay Your Reading Goals | #BlogchatterHalfMarathon

Have you ever looked for ways to slay your reading goals? Look no more!

I usually target to read 12 books a year, but I tend to read a lot more than that.

But there was a time in my life when I struggled with my reading habits! I used to read a lot; then life started happening and I got busy in things which made me lose touch with my life in general.

But now, I am back on track and I realized if you know you have read, you will – NO MATTER WHAT.

Sushmita Malakar | Slay Your Reading Goals

Slay Your Reading Goal: Make it a Habit

Now, don’t just start with a heavy book and force yourself to read it. You won’t understand the essence of the book unless you start enjoy reading.

Do small things like reading the newspaper or a good news website. Imbibe reading in your daily life. It might sound like a lot but it isn’t. Read about things that interests you. Don’t watch videos to learn thing rather read. Trust me it works.

Start with Basics

Even it means that you have to read the novels you had read in high school, start from there. The classics are always the best way to start. Infact, children’s books are great too!

Maintain a Mood Board

Just like you find yourself some inspiring boards on Pinterest, evaluate your reading interests and find some books on the internet. Visualizing your goals, any goals, helps a lot!

Reward Yourself

Set small goals. Treat yourself with a coffee or a drink after every 100 pages. I treat myself with more books.

Read When You Can

I read for 30 minutes before I sleep. It helps me sleep well. Initially, I used to read in between work. My lunch break would consist of 30 minutes of eating food and 30 minutes of reading book – any book.


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