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Good way to finish a library book

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Good way to finish a library book

Sometimes it is hard to finish a library book when there is a due-date attached to it. Your initial reading time maybe little at start, so when the due-date is near you cannot complete the book in time. Nicole has posted her idea on how to finish a book by divide the “reading-load”:

… I’ve divided the book by how many days I want to read it in and put 3M tabs (or bookmarks) at each stopping point. For example, if a book is 400 pages long, and I want to read it in 12 days, I find a chapter break or good stopping point every 35 pages or so, and tab it…


That’s Tab-tastic – [Tapioca Dance via Dan (Thanks!)]

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