Reading again

I’ve kind of fallen off the bandwagon with this whole making changes thing, but I don’t feel so bad when I look at the amount of pending posts here. It looks like we’ve all gotten a bit busy.

Last month I bought a Nook before leaving Barnes & Noble, so I could take advantage of the discount (only to have them lower the price now, of course!). It’s been awesome, and I’ve been reading almost non-stop since then. So this month I’m not only going to read 4 books (I would say 5, but I do have a bit of a vacation coming up in less than 3 weeks, and it’s not a reading type of vacation), I’m going to make sure that The Happiness Project is one of them.

I’m not used to reading non-fiction books, which I think is why it was so easy for me to not pick it up again when I put it down, but it’s what I’m committing to this month, so it’s going to happen! I hope to come out of this change with a great new appreciation for reading (and I already love it) and some great ideas and tips on continuing this 12 changes project.

What have you guys been up to? Any awesome successes? Any tips for us to learn from some hard times you’ve had?


1 thought on “Reading again

  1. Well, if you would finally add my blog to your reader (hehe), you’d know that I’ve been working on my goals in the last 4 months with above-average success, so yeah, it’s been a good 4 months goalwise.

    I’m currently reading “The Happiness Project” and I’d be happy to discuss with you after you read it. While I enjoy it, it’s not this “life-altering” book for me that others make it out to be… but maybe I am just a little too critical 😉 (BTW, I have the hard copy version, if you don’t want to buy it and I think you can also borrow it from the library! Have you tried that with the nook yet?)

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