The Tutoring Center, Stone Mountain GA



'Reading more' while a great goal, can be a tricky one to achieve. To get you closer to reaching 'bookworm' status, follow the tips below.

How to Read More

  1. If you're committed to reading more, the first step is to set goals to help you achieve that. An easy but challenging goal such as 'read 30 minutes each day' can help you get started.
  2. Next up, you will need to keep up with said goals. To that end, you may want to inform others that you have them, so they can keep you accountable.
  3. It can be difficult to read more if you have no reading material with you. For that reason, make it a point to always have a book around.
  4. Something you should take advantage of is your brain's ability to keep up with more than one book at once. This way, you can change your reading material depending on your mood.
  5. You should try reading outside of your comfort zone. Read new material that will force you to explore new genres.
  6. Another thing to consider is that forcing yourself to finish a book you don't like can derail your reading efforts. Don't be afraid to quit a book when you feel it's needed.
  7. In this day and age, you can use a few different options regarding how you want to read your books (for instance, you can listen to them, read them on a tablet, or use a physical book).
  8. Finally, it may be that sharing what you're reading with others will make it more enjoyable, which may encourage you to do it more.

Call The Tutoring Center, Stone Mountain GA at (470) 282-5181 to schedule a free consultation.


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