I've been using ereaders now nearly everyday for the past five years that I decided to create a website to document some of the useful things I've found along the way.
It still amazes me being able to travel wherever I want and having access to any ebook or resource material in an instant.
I haven't always enjoyed reading.
In fact, when I was young I hated it! I struggled with reading throughout school and college, at one point I wondered whether I was dyslexic (but was never actually tested). It was only when I reached my late 20's when I came across the 10k hour rule that I realized why I had such difficulty reading.
Just like any other skill, you have to practice... A LOT.
In my 30's, I became fascinated in reading autobiographies, when I realized that I could gain someone's life experience through 6-10 hours of reading, and all for the price of a cup of coffee*.
My partner, who also had no interest in reading books for much of her life, suddenly became such a "super fan" of reading biographies. He now reads more than myself and can comfortably read through a couple of books a month.
“In my whole life, I have known no wise people who didn't read all the time -- none, zero. Develop into a lifelong self-learner through voracious reading; cultivate curiosity and strive to become a little wiser every day.” - Charlie Munger
If you have just recently bought an ereader, I sincerely hope you enjoy this new reading experience just as much as I do, and you find our site useful to get the best out of your ereader.
For those of you that are still undecided as to which ereader to choose, I have a great article which should help you narrow down the best ereader for you.
* Grande Frappuccino from Starbucks