Best Places to Read

Reading is great, but it can be hard to dive into a book if your not comfortable. Here are a few places I like to read in:

1) The Library

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I know it’s a little straightforward, but they usually have comfy chairs to sit in and for the most part they’re quite so there aren’t many distractions. The smell of books is great too! I find it relaxing, the smell is almost equivalent to that of a candle’s -it keeps you calm.

2) A Café

book cafe

Sitting in a booth while eating a pastry and drinking coffee is great to have on hand while reading -especially if you’re considering reading for a long period of time. Cafés are relatively quite and it’s like the club of the reading world. Someone is usually either typing something on their laptop or enjoying a book. So when you’re finished someone might want to discuss the book with you.

3) Outside

reading outside

Birds chirping and wind blowing can ease your mind and make reading easier. Going outside to read is great especially if you live in a rural area where there aren’t many distractions outside. Being outside also decreases anxiety and depression. So not only is it a good place to read, but it can help your metal health as well.

4) Bed

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Even after you’ve stopped reading the story hasn’t stopped spinning in your mind. You can carry it with you in your dreams so the story isn’t completely over. That’s what I enjoy about reading in bed, even if you didn’t read it during the night, your brain still reminds you where you read it and therefore there is a possibility that you will remember what the story was about.

What places do you like to read in?

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