Daily Reading improvises your memory, critical thinking and judgement. It helps us to improve our arrangement capacity along with enjoyment of reading. Reading helps build your vocabulary, which has a direct impact on how effectively you’re able to communicate. When you read, you’ll gain access to a wealth of words that will help you describe how you’re feeling, help you explain a point clearly, and so much more. Reading can make you a more empathetic person. Theory of Mind is our capacity to understand that different people have different beliefs and that these often differ from our own internal beliefs and desires. This skill is vital for maintaining healthy social relationships and developing empathy. Reading helps in reducing Stress. There’s nothing quite as relaxing as getting lost in a good book, and research has even proven the stress-reducing abilities of reading. The key is to read for pleasure, not for work, school, or because of another obligation. We all know how important it is to get enough sleep, and it turns out that reading before bed can help you fall asleep faster and sleep more deeply. It’s not surprising that reading has such a positive impact on sleep, especially considering its stress-reducing effects. If you feel there’s never enough time in the day to read, try incorporating some of these tips into your routine:
Understand how habits are developed:
Reading is a habit, and these tips for keeping up with your New Year’s Resolutions can be applied to all habits.
Designate a space and time for your reading:
Find a comfortable spot for your reading and choose a time to read each day. As you begin to notice the positive effects of reading you may find yourself wanting to spend more and more time in your reading area.
Ask friends for book suggestions:
Choosing a book to read can be half the battle, so ask your friends for their favourites. GoodReads is great tool for tracking your reading and finding new books to enjoy.
Visit your local library:
Your library is a great place to find your next favourite read, and it’s free!