by Avi Chiat
Avi Chiat is an entrepreneur living and working in Boston, where he enjoys playing tennis, hiking, traveling, gardening, and exercising.
He also loves to read in his spare time, and he devours several books every year.
How to Read Three Books Per Month
To those who don't read regularly, reading several books every year, as Avi Chiat does might sound impossible.
However, most people can adjust their schedule to read at least three books a month--that's thirty-six books per year--with a simple method.
Pick your three books in advance and look at the total pages you'll read in each one. Add the three totals together and then divide the sum by thirty.
This sum is how many pages you need to read every day to finish all three books.
You'd read twenty-eight pages per day, for example, if you did the math with the following book page counts: ((231 + 310 + 286) = 827)/ 30 = 28