Posts in Books
Here Is Why Writing Poetry Heals the Soul

Poetry, I believe they are too cool to understand literacy as something genuine. Decades ago, English in school was considered feminine. However, Poetry is much more than what thee believes; in fact, it is an art form which thee conceives. Merging Metaphors and Similes to create something worthwhile and sweet. My friends, poetry is something versatile and yet so unique.

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Literature: The Art of Persuation & Intlectual Expression

Literature is the written word. Moreover, it is the voice of the voiceless that exists as a non-verbal entity. Writing consists of many fashions: informal, formal, creative and direct,  entertaining and media, and beyond. The humanities that are literature encompasses mass amounts of internal values that which cannot be expressed otherwise.

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"What Motivates Me To Read "

As a child and even as an adult, I’ve always enjoyed reading a good book. Yet as time went on and more things started to change my motivation and time for reading changed. Most of the blame comes from so much media in my life. Whether it’s from my smart TV and computers to my social media accounts, I don’t have as much time to read like I used to.

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Why You Should Check out the KonMari Method

Kondo's method is having quite an effect! People are obsessed and making videos of KonMari overhauls, likening her to Martha Stewart, and folding their clothes upright. However, perhaps more importantly, people are practicing more mindfulness, simplicity, and gratitude because of KonMari.

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Book Recommendations for Read Across America Day

As you may know, Read Across America Day was created to promote and increase literacy among children. And if you don’t have kids, you might think it doesn’t apply to you. However, if your nieces, nephews, cousins and the young people in your life are reading more, why can’t you? Many adults don’t like reading for a number of reasons.

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Reading Aloud: Let's Bring It Back

Reading has always existed to bring information from one person to another. In many cases, from one person, to a community. Orators have held an important position in culture partly because the proficiency of literacy has been enormously low for all time. Until around the 19th century, in the advent of free public education, have working class people been able to read en masse.

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Having Heroes

To have an identity with no heroes is to exist in pure abstraction. There is no spontaneous movement forward in culture. Predecessors are the sounding board of contemporary movement. A town is like this. It must have people to believe in, and people to identify as their own. Of course, the point of a hero is also to exceed them.

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10 White Elephant Gifts That Are Under $20

Are you in the mood to organize a party game? What is better than an elephant gift exchange?!A little trivia for anyone who is not familiar with the story and tradition of the White Elephant Gifts.White Elephant is a gift exchange game where the aim is to “steal” gifts (rather than swapping them like in the Yankee swap parties). This type of gift exchange takes place at a party where you invite participants over.

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Why It's Never Too Late for Your Career

You may feel locked in forever once you pick a career. Often, you've invested time and money in education and spent many years gaining experience. As someone who came to their first career later than most, I often felt like there was no hope for me. However, the truth is, the average human lifespan doesn’t end at 29.

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