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Lisa

these look like great books shawn! i will definately be going to the bookstore to check these out! and like you, i am not very good at sitting and reading but i need to do it. let's do it together and keep each other accountable. even have discussions on them! what do you think?

Amanda

Way to go Shawn on the first week - keep it up! The books look great - if you keep up on the 40 day one then I might want to borrow it from ya!!! That can be inspiration to you too! See ya tonight!

Candy

Ohhh! I have been eyeing those last 2... but I , like you, am not usually a sit down and read kinda girl! Magazines are my biggest level of committment! :o) Keep us posted!

Shannon B.

:( Every time I see Messy Spirituality I always feel sad about Mike's passing. Our Youth Staff attended his Youth Specialties conference every year. Let us know which you decide to start with!

I did take your cue and start using the number system on my to-do list! Perfect tip! Works like a charm! Thanks!

Gina Miller

I may have said this last time, but your To-Do list is gorgeous! I'd want to print it and add it to my books. LOL!

Have a great day Shawn!

shabby miss jenn

That messy spirituality looks sooo interesting Shawnee girl!

Okay TAG from me to you babes! Smooch!

Sophie

What an attractive TO DO list. Here are a few tips to help you on your reading:

- find yourself aquiet and comfortable place where you can retreat with you book;
- chose a fixed time in your day or your week to read, as well as a timespan (20 to 30 min is a good start), that way you will have something to look forward to and not have the feeling you had to sacrifice some scrap time;
- if you are easily distracted, make sure those elements that do distract you are not present; for instance, dont read in the same room you scrap if you think your attention will turn to scapping, turn off the radio if you have a tendency to want to sing along, read when no one is home or everyone is asleep, etc.
- explore and search for your type of books, develop your taste; you might like several genres, you might like only one or two;
- but most of all, if you come to the conclusion you dont like to read, thats ok too.

Hope this helps a little.

Have a nice day,
Sophie

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