When and where do you read most?
Game room in my house when everyone is sleep
On transit, in a bus or car as a passenger ofcourse
Curled up in bed after the house quiets down.
On the living room sofa
Books on tape for my 2 hour commute (both ways)
My room. Or the office at work. ?
In bed, every night, no exceptions. ??
I’m not really comfortable reading at home. For some unknown reason, I’m really like reading on public transport. If I don’t have anything to do, usually just getting on the tram, or bus, getting off at the end station, meanwhile I read. In the mornings and before sleep, I usually listen to audiobooks.
If I read at home, I always think of all the other things I should be doing instead of enjoying myself. In bed, doesn’t bother me as much.
On the bus ? morning and evening. At home ? anytime I can.
Reading chair, couch, porch, bed
On a plane like in a few minutes. Lol!
In the bathroom! I have a 16 month old so it’s hard to read when I want to ?
In bed and in the bath and sometimes in my swing chair in the garden
One the recliner… and in the car and shower I read/listen to audiobooks for more than 75% of my reading time (and no arguments about if listening to a book counts as reading because science and I are firmly in the camp of ‘of course it does!)
Home, sofa or sunroom!
Early morning on deck, before bed in bed.
Living room couch
Bed, sofa, train, public libraries. Yet the best place has been and will likely always be public gardens. There’s something to it that makes them perfect. Maybe those gardens were made with books in mind, or books were made with public gardens in mind. Whatever the case, they must have been made for each other.
In the bath at home.
Bed at night
Night time and in my bed!
Anywhere mostly outside
In the car waiting for my son
In the living room
Bed and car when hubs drives ❤️
At work overnight.
My chair in the kitchen. Sometimes in bed.
In the jacuzzi
I saw a woman at the gym pool last Saturday who was immersed up to her chest and parked in the corner, happily reading.
Audiobooks on the car. My only alone time
At night in bed.
On the bus
Audiobooks in car.
Unfortunately in the car during my commute. With classes and a full time job there isn’t much time for recreational reading.?
On the toilet……
Ok I hope someone laughed at that!
Bed, usually right before I go to sleep.
In the pool. And audiobooks as I clean or drive.
Beginning around 445 am. Before everyone wakes up. Best time.
My room and mostly in the day time
Bed, at night
Bed at night ?
On sofa while hubby is watching his cop shows r car racing shows. Lol.
I do this, too. He wears headphones to watch TV.
In bed, in cosy armchairs, in the car, on my iPad, iPhone or MacBook… ? ?
When I have coffee ? kitchen, porch
In my bed and on the train
On the sofa and every night in bed.
On the sofa, while drinking tee and every morning on the bus
On the couch, every night while pumping.
In bed or a plane.
While driving or cooking (audiobooks, I’m no Michael Scott)
Home, sweet home!
In my hammock…
In bed or this time of year with the partner whilst he is fishing x
Anywhere and everywhere
Recliner, with a glass of iced tea.
At work or in the den.
In metro while commuting to work & at bed time..
Lawn chair or in the tub
While walking or on my bed
I read this at first as “walking on my bed.” Need new glasses.
@Robbie the words didn’t type out while i wrote it
Audiobooks while driving. Reading ebook or hardcopy book usually in bed before going to sleep.
Need to add audiobooks when commuting, walking, gardening and doing chores…
I love audiobooks when I’m knitting
In bed, on bus and train traveling from PA to NY on a weekly basis and I love reading at the beach, outdoors.. Anywhere really
Preferably in an armchair by the fire in the depths of winter.
Any time, really. On my cozy couch in my reading room.
At home, after work.
Reclining or laying on bed.
Couch or bed. Wish i had a little reading/library room. My turn my home office into one. My house and that room are small. ?
Audio books while cowboying
Everywhere I can but favorite spot is on my couch.
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