Everyone who loves to read a book now and then, or often, will recognize this. The time you can spend on reading books. The time you spend on reading other – necessary or required – readings. How much time do you spend on reading other things than books?
The past couple of decades and the past couple of years, the internet has become very important for the ordinary human. For example:
- You have to verify that you are ‘you’. Is it at the municipality, the airport, lots of things that are digitalized.
- At college or at the university: you have your own ‘student account’ to access documents online and stuff.
But I also love to read now and then magazines like:
- Glamour (lifestyle) – always every Dutch edition, sometimes German or English edition too
- Wired (technology) – most editions
- Wieler Revue (cycling) – now and then and special
- iCreate (technology) – now and then
- Foodies (food) – specials
- Delicious (food) – specials
- Vogue (fashion) – now and then
- Runner’s World – specials
- Pro Cycling (cycling) – now and then and specials
- Pedala (cycling) – most editions
And now and then a newspaper. Or online the news about The Netherlands and around at nu.nl or for the world version of news reuters.com. And then you have got social media, other blogs I love to read and so on…
Have you realised how much you read besides a book?
Honestly I think I read for four hours a day at least, everything together except reading a book. Reading a book differs from reading a book at once or reading a book spread out over a couple of days. When I read a book for one hour a day, right before sleeping, I am ultimately happy finishing my day.
Do you have a time set for reading (a) book(s)?
Greetings by Sophie