What does TBR mean?

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What Does TBR Mean?

There are only 24 hours in a day and the task list you generate can assign them pretty fast. If you have a typical 9 to 5 job and have to juggle between your job and personal life then you know why it gets harder for you to find time for your reading habit.

Instead of adding more tasks to your task list, why don’t you add more time to the day? This is possible if you learn how to break your tasks into smaller ones. Plus, you can easily include them in your regular routine so that you can do them without spending additional time.

Learning something new in your job is the best way to break a task into smaller ones. Next time you get your task list generated ask your manager to also add a task called Read a book. It will not only make it easier for you to break a task into smaller ones but will also help you save time because you’ll be able to schedule it in your regular routine.

How To Create and Organize Your TBR List

As an avid reader I have always had a list of books I wanted to read. I found that when I would buy a book, in addition to the paper book I would also buy an e-book version to read on my smartphone or tablet. This way I was always prepared to read if I had a moment that I could sneak away.

So what exactly does TBR (To-Be-Read) list mean? It’s simply a list of books that you are planning on reading in the near future. The important part of a TBR list is that it should not be stagnant. Go through it and do some editing. If there is a book that you’ve been thinking about but you’re not quite as excited about it as once before, take it off the list and give it a new place it deserves in your heart.

Take a look at your current TBR list. Are you making headway? If so, great.

Are you looking at an insurmountable number of books you’re wanting to read? Depending on how many books on your