I came upstairs this evening and then realized that I had left a magazine downstairs that I had been reading. When I went down to grab it, I found not one, but four magazines, all in various states of partial completion.
I want to start reading books again, but I feel like I'm never going to get caught up with these magazines. (I'm reading Reader's Digest, Inc., Fast Company and Road & Track and skimming Parents and Entertainment Weekly. I've given up on Newsweek and leave those in the break room at work without even looking at them.)
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