30 Pages a Day Reading Challenge
Since Christmas just turned the corner and my heart is overflowing with gratitude, I want to make sure you know how thankful I am that you are part of our reading community at Book Oblivion.
Last year was a full year of books, teaching, and writing in my corner of the world.
But like you, we have big plans for 2016.
As we gather our thoughts and tally the books we read last year and look at setting goals for 2016, I’d like to invite you to read more with me this year.
I challenge you to commit to reading 30 pages a day every day this year.
Do you think you can do that? Well, I know you can, but you have to decide why you want to.
Are you looking to grow in your expertise at your job, or love your spouse better by studying books on marriage, or how about learning to parent your child? Maybe you want to activate your imagination for the first time since law school or figure out how to manage your time better. Whatever the case, 30 pages a day is a game changer.
All you need to do is pick up your book once a day or press play as you drive to work.
It sounds simple, but it will change you, and it will change how you interact with everyone around you.
I’m reminded of Orphan Pamuk’s words, “I read a book one day and my whole life was changed. Even on the first page I was so affected by the book’s intensity I felt my body sever itself and pull away from the chair where I sat reading the book that lay before me on the table.”
Are you ready to take a mental leap of faith?
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