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How to Read in Comfort When Everything Around You Is Chaos

The holidays are here, and with that comes utter chaos! For most at least.


Whether it's due to family fights, end of semester finals, the insanity that is shopping during the holiday, or a wild mix of all three, this time of the year is tough!


5 Ways to Be a More Social Bookworm

Reading is an activity normally done alone, unless you're a parent reading to their child, or you're in class next to the class clown who forgot to bring in their copy.

10 Zen Quotes to Help Bring out Your Inner Yogi

Whenever I see people who have a calm and easy demeanor about them, I’m pretty jealous. I’m always laid-back, but my mind is guilty of some frazzled moments. Today is International Yoga Day and every time I meet a yogi I’m in awe. How are they so calm? How are they so relaxed?

7 Stunning Memoirs About Mental Illness

Mental health, along with the illnesses that can plague us, make up some of the most taboo, stigmatized topics of discussion within our society today. Historically speaking, society has always had a difficult time equating mental illnesses with the same sincerity physical illnesses foster.

The Pros and Cons of Listening to Music While Reading

I’m sure many of you fine folks would agree that one of the best ways to make anything better is music. A break up, a party, a spring cleaning session. Once you add music it’s a whole different story. Especially when you play it while reading.


Your Book May Be Infested With Bedbugs and Here's How to Tell

Hide your books, hide your beds, ‘cause these bugs are everywhere. If you get grossed out easily maybe you just shouldn’t read this, but it’s better to make sure you know what season it is, especially those who use public libraries. So why am I getting that creepy crawly itchy feeling?
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