7 Books You Should Read That’ll Help You Master Working From Home

Working from home is fast becoming the norm for many people around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For some people, working from home might be a dream come true – for others, it will sound like a nightmare! Working from home doesn’t come without its challenges. It can be hard to concentrate when you’re in your ‘relaxation’ space, or because you have children! You might feel like you spend all day in your pyjamas, have trouble focussing, and can’t get the simplest of tasks done without office equipment. Fear not! These 7 books will help you with your new working-from-home life, from time management to the best work at home essentials: 1. The Home Office Handbook by Lorie …

The Lost Ways By Claude Davis Review – Coronavirus Survival Lesson

Have you ever wondered what would you do if a sudden emergency springs up in life? Have you ever wondered how would accomplish your basic survival tasks without making use of facilities like the internet, electricity and regular gadgets at hand? Well, it’s important to understand that technology has not advanced to such a great extent that it can secure your family from all kinds of disasters, especially those that pose a threat to life itself. And when a critical situation comes calling, you are deprived of all the regular facilities that you get in daily life. That is why, it’s of prime importance to learn practical information and guidelines to master the art of surviving in the absence of …

7 Ways To Make The Most of Social Isolation

Social isolation is not ideal. It’s not good for our individual physical health, mental health, or the global economy. But right now it must be done for the collective wellbeing. When cinemas, bars, restaurants and malls close down and we’re obligated to stay inside, we need to find new ways to keep ourselves entertained. However, it’s not just the entertainment that we miss. The lubricant that keeps all of those things flowing and energised is something that is vital to our experience as human beings: social connection. Over the coming weeks and months, we must maintain some form of social contact and we stay active and engaged in life. It may not seem like it at first glance, but even …

You Can Either Make Time to Read or Continue With a Poverty-Ridden Life

Poverty comes in many forms, and neglecting to read books leads to all of them. We can certainly speak of material poverty, and it’s a demonstrable fact that people who read more books end up making more money. Not just a little bit more money either. I’m talking ‘what-are-all-these-extra-forks-even-for?’ kind of money. But there’s also “mental poverty”, and what we can refer to as “poverty of soul,” which are both equally pernicious. So how do we avoid ending up like this? How do we avoid wasting our one and only lives in obscurity, ignorance, and pain? Answer: We dust off our library cards (or our e-readers), we commit to the fact that reading books can literally save our own lives, …