Making Time To Read

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Pursuing What Is Excellent  Making Time To Read
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This post is inspired by the plethora of books I’ve received lately from awesome giveaways, free Kindle books, and book launch teams that I’ve had the privilege to be a part of. {This post contains affiliate links}

One simply doesn’t have time to finish every book they start…or do they? Usually not.

This girl jumps from book to book in a heartbeat. 
As a result, I don’t learn much from what I’m reading.

I used to do very well with finishing books that I start; several books at once.
I read in what I call “clusters”.

I’d choose a book from several different genres to be well-rounded.
God’s Word is of course the only book that has been my constant companion. That’s a given!

I read a blog post from my Abra of Mere Breath : Reading Encouragement for Mommies that reminded me of how I used to cluster read.

I saw my friend, Celeste’s Instagram photo of a stack of books. She had hers in order of reading them. I was inspired to put a plan on paper!

I wrote the following note to myself:

My goal for 2015 is to be intentional in “Cluster Reading”.
Not to set too lofty a goal to condemn myself, but to stretch myself.

My clusters are:

  • Spiritual/Prayer
  • Marriage
  • Parenting/Home Education
  • PMA (Positive Mental Attitude/Entrepreneurship)
  • Writing (skills)

Book choice will change as new books are available/presented.

 


So, friend, how do YOU keep to your reading? Do you intentionally schedule it or does it happen as it happens?

What are you currently reading?


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Happy reading!

With Sword and Coffee,
Kela
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