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Apply your new habit

A reading habit can help you in numerous ways.

  • Browsing through a book can calm you as part of the daily bedtime routine.
  • It will also replace bad habits like looking at your phone before bed.
  • Audiobooks can help you get fit. A study found those who listen to a great audiobook at the gym are more prone to exercise regularly.
  • Reading can improve your focus and short-term memory.

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