Many people have been asking me how do I manage my time: working full time, spend time with baby, and still manage to read!
Right away, I want to lie and say : “I have some sort of super power, which I am able to add more hours in my day” but the simple truth is…
No magic or super power…just through audible.
Seriously, long gone are the days when I can just spend Saturday lounging under the shade of a tree reading a book.
Now the only way I can squeeze in my daily dose of reading are through audio books through AUDIBLE during my commute to and from work (Sacramento traffic can be pretty painful)!
For you minimalistic out there, best of all, no space in your home taken!!!
I enjoy fantasy fiction books like Harry Potter, Beautiful Creatures, ect. But these days, I find myself reading books that would make a bigger difference in my life, along the lines of self-improvement.
Here is a screenshot of my small-but-growing- audible library (as you can see, I only recommend books that I have actually read and found helpful):
And if you are interested in supporting my blog, you can do so by signing up for Audible free trial by clicking right here: Audible Membership.
It is free for the first 30 days!!! And just for signing up you get 2 free books! Which I think is a great deal in itself!
Ok…let me break it down for you (left brain operating here):
SIGN UP for Audible Free Trial:
- You will get two free audiobooks to start
- After 30 days, you will get one audiobook a month for $14.95/month
- You will receive 30% off the price of additional audiobook purchases
- You can cancel at any time
Best of all, your books in your library are yours to keep, even after you cancel! Yes, you get 2 free books just to try Audible!!! Again here is the link for you: Audible Membership!
disclaimer: Please note that I am a participant of the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites, however all opinions on my blogs are mine.
Also a fun facts from RichHabits.net:
*63% of wealthy parents make their children read 2 or more non-fiction books a month vs 3% for poor people
*63% of wealthy listen to audio books during commute to work vs 5% for poor people
Let me know any great books that you would recommend for me! Thanks for dropping by!