Introducing: Lunch Break Reading

In this world of short notices and even shorter deadlines, career juggling, and social networking distractions, it’s very easy to fall into a reading rut.
Not having read anything at all in days?
Yep, been there.
Stopping in the middle of a book because your to-do list tells you to work on other stuff?
Sigh, so have done that.

That’s why we’re introducing LUNCH BREAK READING.

Lunch Break Reading logo @ Pachuvachuva, 2011.

What makes this concept great is you don’t have to hurry to finish a book in a day or two. You can take the whole week to just enjoy it. And besides, reading is not only good for lunches. You can bring and read a book anywhere – be it in the jeep (although not when the jeepney’s running. I did that in the past and now my eyes are suffering. Lesson learned. Hehe), at school while waiting for your professor, at work on your cigarette break or at a coffee shop when you’re having that much needed down time.

Now, here at Pachuvachuva, we’re putting a spin on it.

Every week, we will be featuring a book as our choice of lunch. We will put updates everyday on our progress (example: last page we’re reading). Then at the end of the week, we will post a review of the book complete with pictures and choice passages that made us laugh, cry or just delight in the play of words. Ain’t that cool?

So starting next week, we will be lining up our choice of lunches. Care to have me, er, my book, as a date then? šŸ˜‰


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  4. HeY!!!!!!!!!! That’s an awesome project! Maybe I’ll join! hehehe. Tho I was thinking of a different strat with somehow-same purpose. Will blog about it. Once done, I’ll let u know. šŸ™‚


    • Lol. So you’re saying that the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak? šŸ™‚
      Doesn’t matter really. The concept is just to read on your own free time rather than read for a specific purpose. ^_^

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