One of the main characters in Found and Lost, book one of The Great Way Series, is an Orangutang called Franny.
If you want a better world, a better year and, importantly, a better life for yourself, you don’t necessarily have to take to the streets brandishing banners and posting on social media.
If there’s a silver lining to these dark days, it’s that we have more time to read. I’ve made my selection and have downloaded the following books onto my Kindle.
I just got out the house and am sitting at the perfect coffee shop, on the perfect day, writing. The coffee art is beautiful. The pile of books next to me – sublime.
At this time, we seem to be facing so many crises. Health crisis — in the form of a global pandemic. Economic crisis — as a result of shrinking economies and unemployment on a scale never seen before.
Mental health experts all over the world are raising concerns about the effect that COVID-19 pandemic could have on our mental health.
So much non-verbal communication takes place via the face and I feel like I’m missing out on so much not being able to see people’s faces.
I was disturbed by an article in the New York Times about how the coronavirus is exploding across the developing world and how ill equipped these regions are to fight it.
Reading is one of the most important activities you can do in your everyday life. It opens your mind. Gives you multiple views on things, so you are not limited to your point of view.
The effect of reading on the mind, is very similar to a breath of fresh air to the body. Click through and learn why reading is so important to every one of us.
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