I still do.
I am blessed to have a job that allows me time to read. I look after a lady who is 99 years old, and whenever she takes a nap I just pull out whatever book I have with me and go through a few more chapters. It's wonderful.
This year I've decided to be a bit more purposeful about my reading. I usually grab a book off the shelf as I'm walking out the door, but I could get so much more out of my reading time if I purposely choose books that would provide a well rounded education.
So, this year I'm making a book list. It isn't going to be a limiting thing--each month I'm going to have two or three book assignments. If I finish those in advance, and I probably will, I can read whatever I like. As a general rule I want to read at least one book that challenges me spiritually, and at least one book that challenges me as a Christian woman, wife and future mother.
Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery that Revolutionizes Home Baking by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François
God is More Than Enough by Jim Berg
The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie Omartin
Answers to Prayer by George Mueller
Creating an Intimate Marriage: Rekindle Romance Through Affection, Warmth and Encouragement by Jim Burns
Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer
Feminine Appeal Carolyn Mahaney
Womanly Dominion: More Than A Gentle and Quiet Spirit by Mark Chanski
Treasuring God in our Traditions by Noel Piper
Professionalizing Motherhood: Encouraging, Educating, and Equipping Mothers At Home by Jill Savage
The Adventure of Missionary Heroism by John C. Lambert and Joshua M. Wean
Infant Potty Training: A Gentle and Primeval Method Adapted to Modern Living by Laurie Boucke
Growing 101 Herbs that Heal: Gardening Techniques, Recipes, and Remedies by Tammi Hartung
Don't Waste Your Life by John Piper
Christ on the Jewish Road by Richard Wurmbrand
12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman: Practical Tips for Managing Your Home and Your Life Based on Proverbs 31 by Lane Jordan
Wounded Heroes: The Secrets of Charles Spurgeon, Hudson Taylor, Amy Carmichael, C.S. Lewis, Isobel Kuhn, Ruth Bell Graham, and Others Who Triumphed over Pain by Elisabeth Skoglund