Whether you’re interested in fashion, travel, music, or architecture, there’s a perfect coffee table book that you will enjoy reading as much as you’ll love decorating with them. Here are coffee table book recommendations for the ultimate #HomeBuddy. Read more on the blog.
Sustainability shows us the way forward and while this transition sounds overwhelming, luckily, we have books to help and encourage us to participate in this movement. Here are some book recommendations to inspire you to rethink your daily habits and pursue a greener lifestyle.
Want to know the secrets to a long and happy life? The Ikigai book shares some of the most inspiring thoughts that will influence you to find happiness in living. Find out more on the blog.
The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday is a timeless book that you'd want to keep even after you've completed reading it. Discover its empowering messages that can help you move on when going through a rough patch. Read more here.
The Comfort Book is Matt Haig’s life raft: it’s a collection of notes, lists, and stories written over a span of several years that originally served as gentle reminders to Haig’s future self that things are not always as dark as they may seem. Read more on the blog.
Mike McHargue tackles on one of the basic conundrums of human life, one asked by scientiest, philosophers, and self-help gurus: Why do we do the things we do? Though we might think that we're in control of our thoughts and decisions, science has shown that there are several factors that play in every action we take. McHargue shows us that even some of our most frustrating qualities can be our key to survive and thrive. Read the first few pages here.
When his first book tour ended, Brad Montague missed hearing other people’s stories so much that he launched what he dubbed a Listening Tour. First visiting elementary schools and later also nursing homes and retirement communities, he hoped to glean new wisdom as to how he might become a better grownup. Now, in this playful and buoyant book, he shares those insights with rest of us –timeless, often surprising lessons that bypass the head we’re always stuck in, and go straight to the heart we sometimes forget.