I set a pretty hefty personal reading goal this year—one hundred books. That’s 30 more than I managed to get through last year, and I won’t lie, it’s a daunting task. In order to tackle this, I’m going to have to utilize a few tricks for zooming through a book…including how to read a whole book in one day!
Now, this might sound impossible unless you have a long day with zero responsibilities in front of you, or a book that’s about twenty pages long—but it’s actually easier than you might think! With these tips, you’ll be able to tackle a book in a breezy 12-to-24-hour period, even if you have other things to get done.
1. Learn to walk and read at the same time.
I don’t mean walk with your face in a book down a sidewalk or street—that’s dangerous and silly. But sitting for too long will be sure to make you feel stiff and creaky. Pacing your living room with a book in hand has the benefit of making you look like a brilliant, tortured intellectual while also preventing your knees from locking!