Sundays are for reading

For many people, Sundays are a day of rest and relaxation. It’s a day to recharge and prepare for the week ahead. One of the best ways to unwind on a lazy Sunday is to pick up a good book and get lost in a new world. Here are some tips for relaxing reading on Sundays:

  1. Find a cozy spot: Whether it’s a comfortable chair or a sunny spot in the garden, finding a cozy spot to curl up with your book is key to relaxing reading.
  2. Choose a book you’re excited to read: There’s nothing better than getting lost in a book you’re truly excited about. So, pick up a book that’s been on your to-read list for a while or try something new in a genre you love.
  3. Set aside distractions: Turn off your phone, log out of social media, and let yourself focus solely on the book in front of you.
  4. Take breaks: Even on a lazy Sunday, it’s important to take breaks and stretch your legs. Take a walk, do some yoga or just move around for a few minutes to keep your mind and body refreshed.
  5. Make it a habit: If you find that you truly enjoy relaxing reading on Sundays, make it a habit! Set aside time each week to indulge in your favorite books and let yourself unwind.

Relaxing reading on Sundays is a great way to recharge, de-stress, and escape into new worlds. So, grab a cup of tea, find a cozy spot, and let yourself get lost in a good book. Happy reading!

About M. R. Pritchard

M. R. Pritchard is a two-time Kindle Scout winning author, her short story "Glitch" has been featured in the 2017 winter edition of THE FIRST LINE literary journal, and her short story "Moon Lord" has been featured in Chronicle Worlds: Half Way Home (Part of the Future Chronicles). M. R. Pritchard holds degrees in Biochemistry and Nursing. She is a northern New Yorker transplanted to the Gulf Coast of Florida who enjoys coffee, mint chocolate, cloudy days, and reading on the lanai. Visit her website and sign up for her twice monthly newsletter. You'll get a newsletter with updates, day to day shenanigans, and book deals.
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