The Best Positions for Reading, and How to Know if You Should Lend

As you can see from my Twitter feed, I just found a delightful post by the Times of India that prescribes the best way to position yourself for the utmost enjoyment of your book. 5 Postures to Read Books Perfectly sums it up quite nicely with information about leg height, foot support and more. For the best reading experience possible, check it out:
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This infographic will help take the agony out of that eternal question, “Should I lend them the book?” We have all wanted to lend someone a book at some point. We really want to share the insight that we gleaned from a certain book, and there are many factors that go into the decision to part with a book. What if they fold pages or damage the spine? Or, worse, what if we never get the book back? But they are such a good friend, and this book would really help them.. And so it goes. BUT, the infographic I found yesterday is a real help and I hope that the scenarios contained within it will help all of you in your future book-lending decisions. From BuzzFeed Books comes the wonderfully insightful, helpful infographic, “Should You Give Someone A Book?” created by Jon Adams.

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One thought on “The Best Positions for Reading, and How to Know if You Should Lend

  1. I’m so reluctant to lend anyone a book; I can’t tell you the countless that have been lent and lost. Particularly to fellow colleagues with whom I teach. For me, it’s just easier to say no when asked. I guess books are something I’m particularly selfish with, especially if they’re mine. 😉

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