Reviews of must-read books for self-helpers, home improvers and life hackers alike.
Netflix for Books
There's nothing quite like the smell of a good book, turning the crisp pages of a freshly printed novel, or revisiting your dog-eared, sun bleached favourites. Books are a necessity, like food and water we devour every story, hungry for more.
How to Attract People in just 90 Seconds (Case Study)
Hello Friends, Today, I am going to tell you how to attract anyone, or how to make anyone your friend in less than 90 seconds or less. I am going to tell you these secrets from an amazing book called “How to Make people like you in 90 seconds or less” By Nicholas Boothman.
Procrastination Is Not Living Your Life: It's Living It Without Living
There is always some force stopping us from starting something new, whether it's typing the first word, writing the first page, or shooting the first few seconds of filming.
15 Lessons From 3 Books Every Grown-up Needs To Read
Most of the time, there are thousands of books on the same topic, and still, each of these books tells its own story and provides different insights. Also, two people reading the same book can gain totally different insights based on their previous experiences.
The Hospital was quiet, finally. The days have been so busy here they seemed endless. It’s cold and eerie when it’s quiet but somehow, right now that was comforting. The beeping of the monitors from the rooms kept in a steady pace with my footsteps. I stood impatiently waiting for the elevator so I could go outside for yet another smoke. I had one dangling from my lips without even remembering putting it there.
Life Lessons in an Eclectic and Enlivening List of 22 Books
We have moved beyond 2020, a calamitous year for our shared world, and into 2021 with hopeful hearts, renewed vigor, and expanded perspectives for the future, in the best possible circumstances.
Vocal Submission: A Little Black Book Slowly opening her eyes; like a new-born’s first time, Emma woke up from her delta brain-wave sleep, and felt the sky staring at her through her new windows. Waking up to the present-day she was given, Emma first said out loud, “Thank you God, I am grateful for this day, I am grateful to be here.” The sound of her gratitude echoed throughout her newly purchased house, stretching from the main bedroom on the top floor, to the crevices of her ‘larger than life’ kitchen. Ebbing and flowing out to the skirts of London and making it back the large green land that sat all around Emma’s Surrey house. Stereotypically, Emma Tatenen wasn’t the kind of person who would be able to buy the things she wanted to experience; she was used to living pay-check to pay-check, living a life without enjoyment. There was a constant worry and angst that Emma felt each day; before she experienced her wheel of fortune, she would affirm to herself daily, “I will be happy next month, I will be happy when I get more money, I will be happy when my stress goes away.” There was sadness to Emma’s old ways of life, her dreams seemed impenetrable, her daily thoughts consisted of questioning how she would put away money for savings and her sleeping patterns were just as bad as a new-born’s parents!
May I introduce you to 80/20?
Or perhaps that it's too good to be true? Initially, those are the thoughts that occurred to me. How could someone devout a marginal amount of effort into an area of their life and expect a significant return?
Dear Martha, Week 1
Dear Martha Stewart I purchased your book Martha Stewart’s Organizing The Manual For Bringing Order to Your Life, Home and Routines last year and I have dutifully waited to be able to use it starting from the beginning, because that is just who I am as a person. I am currently working through the first week, and the entry way sections of the book and I have some things to report.
When an Author Slandered a Book Reviewer for a Low Rating
Recently I came across this incident in the Indian book blogging community where an author lost all his composure when a book reviewer gave three out of five stars to his book.
Make a Habit of Book Reading
I know back then about like a few months ago I'm not so much into reading but I remember when I started reading a book I never stopped till then now because at times I realized why it's so important and good for you to read books. It gives you the knowledge, memories. Also, it increases and improves your vocabulary. It puts you in a better mood and it's the best kind of refreshment that you need from your hectic life schedule. Reading is relaxing and fun if you read books a lot you are never bored. Reading regularly has a lot of benefits that contribute to your overall wellbeing. Reading Habit is wonderfully good for you and Books are your best friends.
My Recommended Financial Literacy Books part 2
It seems like you are constantly hearing the clueless say things like, “tax the rich.” After the stock market fell in 2020 it rose back up again and some of the wealthy made billions and clueless celebrities and people such as Bernie Sanders keep saying to tax them and mentioning that people are suffering: they seem to like their victimhood. Here is the problem and I am not sure if these clueless people know it or not but the money these wealthy people made is not in their bank account. It is in their financial portfolio and tied up in the stock market and other assets. They can easily lose that money and that money is not in their hands just to use. No one can tax the money you are carrying in your wallet or the money sitting in your savings or checking account just like no one can tax the money these people have in the stock market. If they take that money out and believe me, they are rich because they are smart enough not to do it, they will incur a hefty capital gains tax. Stop listening to these celebrities, comedians and others. You too can make a lot of money if you read the books, I mentioned in part one of this story and read the books I mention here.