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Bill Gates Summer Reading List

Bill Gates 2020 Summer Reading List

It’s here! The wait is finally over for the most anticipated book recommendation list of the year by avid reader, Bill Gates. In his most recent blog post, 5 summer books and other things to do at home, Gates discusses his top five reads for the summer along with a few more books to make time for […]

9 Nonfiction Books Fiction-Only Readers Will Enjoy

9 Nonfiction Books Fiction-Only Readers Will Enjoy

“Is reading fiction a waste of my time?” We didn’t say it! Search this question on Quora or Reddit, and it would surprise you how many people asked the question and responded to it. Many agree with the sentiment that reading fiction is for entertainment only, and some went as far as to say that […]

How Big Can A Single Memory Palace Be?

How Big Can A Single Memory Palace Be?

Joshua Foer, the author of the book Moonwalking with Einstein, once said, “When information goes ‘in one ear and out the other,’ it’s often because it doesn’t have anything to stick to.” As researchers learn more about the brain and how it stores information, the more frequently you’ll hear it referred to as a muscle. That’s […]

How You Talk To Your Child Might Make Them Smarter

How You Talk To Your Child Might Make Them Smarter

Most would agree that using curse words or talking about something horrific in the news are things to avoid discussing with a child. You could argue that there are things in life that might be too difficult to explain to a child, and better left for later on in life. You may want to start […]

best moms in literature

Seven Of The Best Moms In Literature

Mother’s day is this Sunday! We want to celebrate all the moms in the literary world who have taught us valuable lessons over the years. Sometimes a mother’s love will surprise you. It comes as hugs, hardheadedness, emotionless, and criticisms. No matter what form it comes across, it all comes in as caring and nurturing. […]