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Monday Mania #13: Why Reading Is The Secret Ingrediant

Reading is the secret ingredient to what you might ask.  Reading is the secret ingredient to your well-being.  Reading has quite a few benefits that can impact many different areas of your life, most of which people aren’t aware of.  I have compiled some of these benefits here to show you.

When you read you are giving yourself alone time. Alone time allows you to reduce stress and enter a more tranquil state.  Also, reading for pleasure has been found to improve confidence and self-esteem.

By reading you can escape your reality and step into someone else’s.  Researchers have found that people who read about a character doing something are actually more likely to do it in real life.

With every book you pick up you increase your knowledge and improve your knowledge and improve your vocabulary.  As this happens other people will find you more attractive and interesting because you have so much to talk about.

Reading can boost your brain power.  Children who read are better able to grasp abstract thoughts, apply logic, recognize cause and effect and utilize good judgement.  Also, books can influence your “moral laboratory” in ways to increase your empathy.

You don’t have to read certain books (or genres) to see these effects.  Most types of books will offer these benefits without you even realizing it, so go ahead and read your heart out.

Happy reading!!!!




I was a bibliophile before I learned the alphabet. From an early age I have used books to relieve the pressures of reality. I was I teenager before I appreciated the learning power of books. Now, as an adult, I read books for both learning and relaxation.

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