Art & Culture

The Art of Gathering: how we can find related people and why it is important to gather

On ‘The Art of Gathering,’ Priya Parker tells us that, currently, gatherings we organize, either work or pleasure in our lives are very unproductive, but it does not have to be like that.  This book offers a new and venturous approach of how to transform the way we spend our time together: at work, at home, in our communities...

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This summer it is necessary for children to have entertainment and learning options. This Book from R.J. Palacio became popular thanks to the movie starring by Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Jacob Tremblay, Daveed Diggs and Mandy Patinkin. Millions of people have fallen in love of the story this book tell us about Auggie Pullman, the ordinary boy with an extraordinary...

Arts & Culture: Great activities to enjoy at home with your family this summer

In Barnes and Noble you can find, besides books, many options more to entertain your family. Your favorite collectables are here, besides other strategy games and electronic games, or feed your creative side with the Lego construction blocks. Here you can also find comics and pop culture collection objects, table games, riddles, cards games, memory games, mind and logic, words...

Art and Culture

You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life: a perfect gift for recently graduated This book is a perfect gift for young people graduating, either from Jr. High, High School or the University, and that are starting a new life style, the book fills any reader in a refreshing and practical manner...

A Brief history of time: from the Big Bang to Black Holes

This Stephen Hawking book (British physical, theoretical, astrophysicist and cosmologist) is a recommendation for any person wishing to know more about our universe. Written by one of the great minds of our time, this work explores deep questions such as: How did the universe begin and what made its beginning possible? Does time always flow forward? Is the universe...

A Wrinkle in Time

A Wrinkle in Time is a fantasy story from the author Madeleine L’Engle, wrote between 1959 and 1960, and published in 1962 after being rejected by 26 editors for being, according to the author, “too different.” The novel won some of the most prestigious awards for child and youngsters stories in the United States. Meg Murry, the main character, has...

12 Rules to live life: fighting chaos

Jordan Bernt Peterson was born on June 22th 1962, is a Canadian clinical psychologist, culture critic and psychology professor at the Toronto University. His main study areas are abnormal psychology, social and of personality, he has a particular interest in the psychology of religious and ideological believes, seeking to improve personality and people performance. The author of Maps of Meaning:...

The Universe has your Back: Transform fear to faith

Gabrielle Bernstein explains: “Even when we commit with love and happiness, usually is difficult to give up fear, of which we depend…the universal lesson is that in order to be free we have to acknowledge our resistance to be free.” When using the prayers, practices and healing meditations in this book will be more useful to see fears with...

Art & Culture: The gratitude habit can change your life

According to a Harvard Mental Health Letter article, “gratitude is closely related with happiness. Who are thankful experience more positive feelings, enjoy the good moments, have better health, they face difficulties better and forge good friendships.” The book The Gratitude Habit: 365 Day Journal and Workbook is a powerful tool to create positive feelings in your daily life. With just a...

Art & Culture: Can you stop the time?

We all have opportunity areas to be more efficient on the way we use our time every day. We would like to find ways to use each minute, but what are we really doing to achieve this? The book The Art of Stopping Time from the renowned author Pedram Shojai, guides us to succeed in what we can call Time...