Managing Your Reading

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I have created a ‘Reading Book List Schedule’ as a weekly log book, that is to keep not only organised my reading, but to know what and where I am with my reading at any given time.  For even as a student or whether reading for pleasure, often more than one book at a time, it used to be read on when I felt like picking up a book if it was for pleasure, or felt the task was overwhelming with the sheer amount I’m having to read in academic texts for the subject I’ve taken. It was time to change that approach. So I decided to make it more managable to know not only how much I’ve read, but can also prove it with evidence by keeping this log book as the data knowledge that I’ve gathered over time.

So here is the template for the Reading Log Book: Reading Schedule_xls

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