My Three Reading Habits❤

No matter who you are or what you are reading, I am sure we all have a habit. Whether it is commenting out loud, drumming your fingers or eating a light snack, we all have that one small little habit. Today, I decided to tell you my three reading habits! If like me, you do some of these things comment below- I would love to know that I’m not the only one!

1. Tapping My Fingers or Foot
I’m one of those people who constantly have to be moving a part of my body and usually when I read in a sitting position I will continuously tap or shake my leg. I do it subconsciously but it really annoys my family and friends because whilst I’m doing it I will be shaking the table. When I’m reading, I get really anxious at tentious points and my tapping will go through the roof. If I am in no position to shake my feet, I’ll drum my fingers.

2. Commenting Out Loud
If I am reading next a close family member or friend, I will comment whilst reading. For example, if a book character died (which actually happened to me today 😦 ) I will literally start screaming and will start chanting, “NO! NO! NO!”. If a major plot-twists happens, I will also start screaming! If the character I am reading about is being frustratingly annoying, I will cry out in annoyance. This annoys some of my friends because sometimes I will break the silence and scare them! 🙂

3. Fiddling With Objects
Whenever I am reading, I will fiddle with the nearest object- twirling my hair, scrunching up paper or playing with a keychain. Similar to the reasons for why I tap my feet and fingers, I get really nervous whilst reading and so I will literally grab the nearest thing and start fidgeting with it. I am actually doing it right now. 🙂 Lots of my friends do this, so hopefully I’m not the only one!

These are my three reading habits! Don’t forget to comment below your reading habits:

I hope you liked this mini post!



25 thoughts on “My Three Reading Habits❤

  1. I always do #2. Mostly I just do it in the hope someone will ask me what I’m reading so I can bore them with a detailed analysis. Although since I’ve started blogging I’ve stopped needing to do this nearly so much!


  2. Haha, love this. I also find myself mimicking actions of certain characters. Scrunching my nose, pursing my lips, stuff like that. Either way, thanks for sharing!

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  3. Hi. My family says that my most annoying thing I do when I read is I totally disconnect with everyone. I suppose this is annoying because I read everywhere I go even as I walk!! Have a great day ❤️💙💛💜💚

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  4. 😀 I shout out too. I’m like “Don’t do it, don’t do it”, “say your sorry”, “make up”, “don’t go there”, “no no no” I also have this craving to eat junk food. lol. Readers and their weird habits :p

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  5. Loved this! I do all three all the time – my mum used to say to me when I was little that when I wriggle my foot subconsciously I’m swinging the devil ..or something like that.
    Made me think of that quote – ‘Idle hands are the devils playground’…or maybe it was An idle mind is the devils playground; either way…it’s nice to know i’m not the only one that does those things 🙂
    – Aneta


  6. I technically don’t know if these are habits, but when I am reading I need some noise like music. It helps me fall into the world of the book because the setting won’t always necessarily silent. If reading paper books I try to read with natural light as much as I can and I will search to find it =)

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