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Best of RAR: No More Bookish Overwhelm

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Today, I’ve got another Best Of RAR episode for you.

I wanted to revisit this episode because it feels extra relevant this time of year as we’re thinking about setting goals and resolutions for the year ahead.

Personally, I tend to feel a little overwhelmed by it and I bet some of you can relate.

And when it comes to books and goals for our reading lives, one of the things we hear at Read Aloud Revival all the time is, “There are so many books and so little time!”

There are SO MANY good books we want to read aloud with our families and we’re always trying to figure out how to fit more in. But we don’t want our read-alouds to become merely another item on our lengthy to-do lists. So how do we quell the bookish overwhelm?

That’s what I’m breaking down in this replay of an Ask Sarah episode with that exact question.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • What it really means to read aloud “every day”
  • Why it’s okay if you don’t get to all of the books (promise!)
  • Simple ways to expand the genres you and your kids read

Learn more about Sarah Mackenzie:

Find the rest of the show notes at: readaloudrevival.com/how-to-quell-overwhelm

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Today, I’ve got another Best Of RAR episode for you.

I wanted to revisit this episode because it feels extra relevant this time of year as we’re thinking about setting goals and resolutions for the year ahead.

Personally, I tend to feel a little overwhelmed by it and I bet some of you can relate.

And when it comes to books and goals for our reading lives, one of the things we hear at Read Aloud Revival all the time is, “There are so many books and so little time!”

There are SO MANY good books we want to read aloud with our families and we’re always trying to figure out how to fit more in. But we don’t want our read-alouds to become merely another item on our lengthy to-do lists. So how do we quell the bookish overwhelm?

That’s what I’m breaking down in this replay of an Ask Sarah episode with that exact question.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • What it really means to read aloud “every day”
  • Why it’s okay if you don’t get to all of the books (promise!)
  • Simple ways to expand the genres you and your kids read

Learn more about Sarah Mackenzie:

Find the rest of the show notes at: readaloudrevival.com/how-to-quell-overwhelm

  continue reading

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