According to a study commissioned by the huge bookseller Barnes & Noble, Thanksgiving Eve--which this year falls tomorrow, on Wednesday, November 22--is the busiest reading day of the year.
It's a very popular (and therefore stressful) travel day, and many people turn to books and periodicals to make traveling more pleasant.
My family usually celebrates Thanksgiving in New York City, so I don't have any travel-related reading time.
In general, though, I love to read on airplanes. I made a rule for myself: when I'm in transit, I don't work; I read for pleasure. This rule means that I get much more reading done, plus I enjoy traveling much more.
I can't read during car trips, however -- I get car-sick. Can you read while riding in a car?
If you're traveling tomorrow, do you plan to do some reading? What book or periodical are you taking?
If you'd like to see my one-pager on tips for getting more reading done, it's here.
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