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  1. Iris
    May 10, 2010

    It really depends on how busy I am. If I’m “okayish” busy reading sort of happens, but if I’m really busy I have to reserve time or lately allow myself not to read, because I need all the time I have for studies.

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  2. caite@a lovely shore breeze
    May 10, 2010

    I find, the better the book I am reading, the more time to read I find in my day.

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  3. Susan (Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books)
    May 10, 2010

    Reading comes very naturally to me. Very, very few days in my life have gone by when I haven’t read AT LEAST a page of SOMETHING. With little kids, though, I have to take advantage of every little snippet of time I get, so I read while I feed the baby, while I eat, while I sit in the car waiting for my son to get out of school, etc.

    BTW: I found you through the Blog Hop 🙂

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  4. Amy
    May 10, 2010

    When I first graduated University / started my career I found I had to make time for reading as well. During my university days I didn’t read all that much. I am so glad that I started making time for it because now I am back to reading lots, and it comes naturally. I also make sure to always have a book with me to read in lines / on buses / during breaks / any chance I get 🙂

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  5. irene
    May 10, 2010

    Good to hear that you’ve come back to reading.

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  6. Nise’
    May 10, 2010

    Like you, it is a habit for me now.

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