The weather is cooling off and sending hibernation signals to your brain. After the final festivities of Labor Day Weekend you’re ready for a much needed break from the sun-soaked excitement of summer. Whether you’re dying to finish the book you started back in May or eager to begin a new novel for the new season, here are some suggestions on the best places to snuggle those chapters:

 

1. By a Fire

In a super comfy armchair. In a cabin. With snow falling outside. Wearing a flannel shirt and those insanely comfortable plush socks (not to get too specific). Besides feeling like you’re straight out of a hot cocoa commercial, firelight is hypnotizing and makes reading even more magical than it already is.

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Source: Flickr

2. Beach

The beach isn’t just for the hottest days of summer. Bundle up, grab your book, and enjoy the solitude of an autumn beach day. Nothing beats an ocean wave symphony as the soundtrack to a story.

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3. Hammock

The hammock could be in an abandoned warehouse for all I care, but the cocooned coziness and the relaxing sway? Book heaven. The floating sensation really teleports you into story-land and helps you forget about the physical world around you. Which is the primary goal of reading, am I right?

Bonus: This option doubles as a perfect book-on-chest napping spot.

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4. Picnic at The Park

This one is nice because, well, food.

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Source: Flickr

5. Bed

I know, I know. Boring. Typical. Clearly, beds are relaxing. Everyone has been reading in them for centuries. But there’s a lot that goes into making a perfectly relaxing bedtime book sesh.

Your to-do list must be fully checked off (or pretty damn close) and you can’t be worrying about sleep hours. Saturday nights are ideal because you have that underlying “haha joke’s on you” feeling toward all the people out at the bars. Clearly Club Book (featuring DJ Silence) is the place to be. You also get to wake up next to bae your book, grab a mug of coffee, hop back in bed and continue right where you left off the night before.

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What are some of your favorite spots to crack open a book?

YouTube Channel: Relax Night and Day

 

Featured image via Vladimir Pustovit

h/t PopSugar

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