Late last year, I blogged about setting up a new Bible reading plan based upon reading time (see here, here, and here). Of course, my final schedule is different than what I had originally proposed, but it works well for me. In order to keep my thoughts focused, I also listen to the Bible on my Kindle as I read. I use a Kindle version of the King James Bible without verse numbers so that it reads smoothly, and I listen on fast speed, so keep that into consideration when you see my finalized version below.
I decided to get up early and read a full hour at once, half an hour in the Old Testament (OT) and half an hour in the New Testament (NT). Once I have read through the NT twice, I switch to reading the OT for a full hour until I complete it. In 55 days, I read through the OT once and the NT twice. This 2-month cycle gives me a little cushion if I need miss a day here or there for illness or other unforeseen circumstances. Otherwise, using this plan I can read my Bible completely through in less than 2 months, take a small break, and start back up when the next month begins.