(Y-11) Second day of mindful reading

Yesterday’s reading was once again decent, from the three sessions of the mindful reading, I could only do the one in the morning.

49 minutes well spent in the holy desert of Raraku, watching how a holy war is brewing.

I hope to this long weekend, in Mexico we celebrate our independence on the 16th of September, have my three sessions and more.

Because with one month to go in my year of reading, I need all the time possible to reach my goals.

Off to read.

azr.

(Y-11) first day of mindful reading

You do not realize how hard it to find time to read until you actually try to do it.

Yesterday was a fairly successful one, I could do the morning session and the afternoon session, but the one at night, I just succumb to sleep.

Let’s see how this day fairs.

Off to read

azr

(Y-11) 32 days…mindful reading

As I approach the end of this year of reading, which has been beyond amazing, I start to get itchy about my total pages,and how close I got to my goal.

Right now, I have a total of 43,093 pages, that is 4,612 to go in order for this year to be my best one yet, and 9,907 to my ultimate goal.

This got me thinking, some people have work-out routines in which they release some of the stress of the day, and as a bonus keep themselves healthy.

So, with that in mind, I will start a “reading as meditation” routine, some mindful reading if you will, it will be three sessions along the day, 49 minutes in the morning, 21 minutes in the afternoon and another 49 minutes at night.

This will be drop everything, relax, and enjoy a great read, and by the end of the day I will have read for a couple of hours and released some stress.

I will, as much of the things I do with anything related to reading, share my daily experience.

I am glad to say that I will have some great company for this new routine, my good friend Edwin from the blog Lo Que Leemos will be joining, and will be keeping track of the experience.

We will start with a week and take it from there.

And if you what to join, you are more than welcome.

Now, off to read.

azr.

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