My Favorite Thing To Do


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My Favorite Thing To Do

My favorite thing to do is to read and discover new information generally. Growing up, I always had an interest in reading novels. I am the kind of pupil who would sneak on novels and read them during class. Years down the line, nothing has changed. I still love books the same way I did years ago, only that my love for knowledge has only grown.

There is something about discovering new knowledge that tickles my fancy. My personality can be best described as calm and curious. I find joy in discovering new information for some reason. Reading books keeps my mind active and at ease. Whenever I start reading a new book, I feel happy and rejuvenated. Reading books gives me something to look forward to. I know that I have to find time to read the book if I want to see how the story ends. I am the kind that carries a book to read on my way to work. I do not mind reading two pages a day as long as I keep going. My thirst for stories is unexplainable. The same way I love reading stories is the same way I enjoy telling them. Not to toot my horn, but I am a good storyteller. I tell stories with a passion. Maybe that explains why I look forward to reading other people’s stories.

My favorite topics to read about include motivational books and books about financial freedom. I love these topics as they are of interest to me. Books about financial freedom and literacy have molded me a lot. I have learned about the saving culture, growing money, and investments. They have also taught me important life lessons such as working smart, living below my means, and paying myself first. Seeing that I struggle to manage my finances and make informed decisions, books on financial freedom has taught me invaluable lessons that I will hold onto for life. Motivational books have also helped me grow significantly as an individual and professionally. Currently, I read up to three books every month, which I intend to raise to five.