Hello everyone! I thought I’d share my reading habits with you today. I’m thinking of revisiting this post in a year, and finding out if my habits have change and if yes, how.
I get a lot of readwalking done. I’d actually say that I get most of my reading done while walking. My walk to university is around 20 minutes long, and it takes me around 50 minutes to get to work. It’s the easiest way for me to pass my time while walking, be efficient, and not get bored while working – I get bored really easily if I’m just walking somewhere and not doing something else at the same time. However, at the moment, it’s just impossible for me to readwalk because it is too cold. I can’t read printed books, because the pages are so delicate, so I’m afraid I’ll tear them, and I can’t read e-books because the Kindle doesn’t register my tapping, when I’m wearing gloves.
Eating and reading at the same time
I’ve been doing this ever since I was little. Just give me a space, where I can sit comfortable, and have space to eat and read my book at the same time. It’s one of my favourite ways to eat food, because I’m a really slow eater, so I anyway always do something while eating – and it might as well be something that I enjoy doing!
Reading and cooking
I do this a lot. A lot! Cooking is something I don’t enjoy doing a lot, so I will usually read a book, just to have something fun to do while I have to cook.
Reading in bed
Sometimes, I will read in bed. This rarely happens at night, because if I’m reading an intriguing book, I just won’t stop reading until I finish it, and I so need my night’s sleep. Reading also makes me feel wide-awake. It’s just too counter-productive. However, I love waking up early and reading in the morning. It’s a wonderful way to start the day.
So, those are my reading habits at the moment. How do you do most of your reading?