I'm into books. But sometimes I find myself browsing recommendation lists or reading summaries (German speakers check out Blinkist) instead of actually picking up a book.
Such behavior is a symptom of our constant striving for more. We are busy planning the future and miss the present moment. But how do we get out of this? By trusting our intuition. And that's not fatuous, because even when you think about the future - the thoughts come to you intuitively. It means that the subconscious mind knows what's going on and what to do.
Especially for the things we ought to enjoy - reading, sports, meeting friends - it seems wise to not make it an object of obsessive planning. Because planning takes up more time than you might notice. When you begin to observe your thoughts on a regular basis, you'll find that you are potentially occupied with planning all along!
The minimalist approach (to content oneself with what's already there) is an efficient way to spend your time after all. And when you've finished all the books on your shelf, there is still enough time left to forage for the the next one. Just one, and then you read it. One at a time.