I'm not a fast reader. It often amazes me when people online say they've read a hundred books a year, since even fifty is more than I can typically mange. It takes me a month or more to dissect most books (though I'll often read several at a time). I want to note everything the... Continue Reading →
It’s Not About How Many Books You Get Through, but How Many Books Go Through You
Greetings! This is my wrap-up for March. I thought I'd do something a little different for this month's final post and bring you something I've been pondering recently, something I certainly have an opinion on. As I've been delving more and more into nonfiction as of late, I thought it would be a good time... Continue Reading →
Can Procrastination Be Productive?
Well, I have more thoughts on the matter, so here it is. A blog post in which I'll attempt to continue the discussion on motivation and procrastination we started earlier this month. Today I'll attempt to break down "procrastination" a little, and focus on a difference many of us struggle to make: the contrast between... Continue Reading →
Well, that was an awfully assumptive title, wasn't it? Before we begin, I should probably let you know that I won't actually be sharing the secret to ending procrastination once at for all. Additionally, I cannot claim to have beat procrastination myself. What I will be doing is giving you some tips on how to... Continue Reading →