To make the most of your driving time, you can listen to educational audio CDs while driving.Â This is useful if you're too busy to listen to the CDs at home.Â Or you may have time to listen to them at home, but you want to get some extra learning done by listening to the CDs while you drive.
You may know that when you read a book multiple times, you'll learn things that you missed the first time.Â But reading a book multiple times from scratch can be time consuming.Â One idea is to read the book out loud and record it on a CD.Â Then you can listen to it while you drive.
Perhaps you don't have any time at all to read books.Â You can buy audio programs instead so you can play them in your car while you drive.Â This lets you learn even when your schedule is too busy.
You can also listen to inspirational CDs while you drive to boost your motivation or energy level for the day.
By making the most of your driving time, you'll get a lot more done.Â Let's say it takes 15 minutes to drive to work and 15 minutes to drive back home.Â That's 30 minutes of driving a day.Â That makes 2.5 hours a week or 130 hours a year. Â
If you listen to educational audio CDs while driving, that's 130 hours of learning without making new room in your schedule.Â You'll have the time to learn the things you've always wanted to learn, but thought you didn't have the time to do so.
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