Here are eight powerful books personally recommended by successful people that are worth reading and investing in if you are aspiring to have a successful career in business. Read more on the blog.
Baek Sehee unpacks boxes that have to do with family, romantic relationships, work, her appearance, and the process of organizing all these isn’t clear cut—they get jumbled, misplaced, and brought out again and again even after being placed in the right spot. Read the review on the blog.
Did you miss out on the recent episode of Bond Over Books? We have rounded up all books recommended by Rian and Julienne so you can start reading titles on mental health and wellness. Read more on the blog.
This May, as we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, we have rounded up these non-fiction titles focused on wellness that could fuel your curiosity, provide guidance to enhance your overall well-being, and help you navigate the uncertainties of life.
The Art of Talking with Children shows us how quality communication—or rich talk—can help us build the skills and capacities children need to thrive. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
Madeleine Dore invites us to embrace the chaos of life, the natural ebbs and flows of our energy, and our humanity. I Didn’t Do the Thing Today is rich with antidotes, gentle wake-up calls, and journal prompts that attempt to loosen the grip productivity guilt has on us. Read Reina's full review on the blog.
If you are feeling anxious, depressed, or feel like you have not been doing and achieving enough (in the midst of a global pandemic), these books will give you a warm hug and show you it is okay not to feel okay. Read more on the blog.
The Anatomy of Anxiety is a very interesting book, because readers will most likely gravitate towards one of the two different parts as more insightful or more essential to them. Read the full review on the blog.
Since the author is a practitioner of both modern medicine and alternative healing, expect a combination of both in her book. There is a conscious effort not to dismiss traditional medical solutions, though she tries to nudge readers to open their minds to the alternative. Read the full review on the blog.