Breakfast, lunch and dinner – How to read more books?

How to read books in this busy?

How to get smarter?

When asked how to get smarter, Buffett once held up stacks of paper and said “read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge builds up, like compound interest. Via farnamstreet

Yes. Read a lot.

Here’s a hack that I am using for more than a month to read books despite this post.

I am reading 3 books at a time. One is designated breakfast book. I read it any free time available between getting up and breakfast. Then the lunch book. Reading it between any spare time available between lunch and evening. And last is the dinner book. It’s read after dinner till my eyelids shutdown.

Why this worked?
I guess this system removed the many question of boring book, which book to read or what to do now? The response is automatic now. Got free time, and it’s lunch time, open the lunch book!

Do you have any hack or trick for stealing time to read in this busy life?

One thought on “Breakfast, lunch and dinner – How to read more books?

  1. Sir, please join goodreads! (Assuming you aren’t in goodreads already) . Not only we followers will know what you are reading but also you will love this site as any other bibliophile.

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