I work for myself and work at home so my solution isn't reasonable for most folks. I read some in the morning before going out to start daily work and I read at night for 15-30 minutes just before I go up to bed. Plus, I consider reading the professional magazines I get (Graze, Stockman Grass Farmer, The Shepherd, Home Power, Interweave Knits, PieceWork, Spin-Off) to BE part of my work so I have no problem doing that reading during the day. Just because for most folks knitting and spinning magazines are hobbies doesn't make it so if you sell yarn and wool. I learn a lot about grazing and farm management from magazines as well.
Originally Posted by Zharova
I do keep the set of unread magazines to a set small physical space on my desk. If they expand I make an apt. with myself to sit down and read or at least triage the articles in them.
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