Oct 24
8:36 AM

Read Like a First-Grader

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Recently, the Wall Street Journal reported on a new movement — slow reading. Advocates say returning to the focused reading habits of the days before cell phones and computers improves comprehension. Just 30 minutes of uninterrupted reading in a quiet place can lead to better concentration, reduced stress levels, and improved listening skills.

Next time you need a break from law school, grab a magazine or that novel you have been meaning to read since last year. Choose a quiet place and turn off your phone and computer. The time you spend away from the screen and your studies will lead to greater success in the long-run.


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