When and where do you like to read?

This is a bit of a weird topic to talk about, because it seems like such a simple part of life.

Everyone has their spot they like to read, and everyone has certain times of the day they like to/can find time to read.

Some are in bed, just before they go to sleep. Some people like to cozy up in a nice comfy chair after supper, and I’m sure others like to read in the bath, when they are absolutely relaxed.

There’s not really a wrong answer to this. Everyone has their preference of time and spot.

For me, I prefer reading on my couch. Legs up, in a nice comfy position and a good book on my lap, I could sit there for hours.

My problem, is that I don’t find the time often enough to read in my favorite spot.

I’m usually pretty busy, between work and friends and school and dogs, there’s a lot to do that keeps me from reading.

I don’t often get the chance to read while curled up on the couch, but I still find time to read.

The place I read the most is on the bus to work. It gives me about 20-40 minutes of quality reading time, depending on traffic and other bus occupants. I can channel out the noise for the most part, and I can usually snag a seat somewhere in the back corner which gives me a chance to whip out my book to read for a bit.

Other than that, I don’t get a lot of time to read. I try to read now and then, but with so much going on, I can hardly find time to sit and read a few pages even.

But enough about me. What about you? Where do you like to read, and when do you find the time to read your book? Do you sit down for hours, or do you steal a few moments now and then?

One thought on “When and where do you like to read?

  1. I usually read in my recliner, sometimes my bed. My reading is done mostly at night while my daughter is sleeping. Daytime reading is very sporadic!


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