Whether you’re a total bookworm or haven’t finished a book since high school, there’s bound to be something on our list that speaks to you and can help you learn more about yourself this winter.
Reading aloud to your child helps strengthen the parts of their brain that deal with language, reading, logic, and processing images.
From cookbooks and horticulture to historical and cultural reads, these books have been and continue to be monumental in challenging politics, scientific research, cultural norms and reshaping the way we think about cannabis as a society. While many of these books have been a driving force in the legalization movement... Interesting graph via: https://www.marijuanadoctors.com/blog/cannabis-books/ Thoughts... Continue Reading →
Many books have made an impression on society. However, only a select few of them have become international staples. These 25 books have changed the way we think, feel and perceive the world, and because of that, they will remain unforgettable. Do you agree? What were the most influential reads for you? Graph via largest.org
"Road trips are at the heart of American culture. From the pioneers who chased the Gold Rush out west, to college students who trade their academic obligations for the freedom of the summer, thousands of like-minded Americans hit the open road for a similar reason — the adventure." Road trip this summer? Here are some... Continue Reading →
"Why so serious?" Did you know that Batman was inspired by Sherlock Holmes, Zorro, and a Leonardo Da Vinci sketch of a bat-winged flying machine? Or that Joker was inspired by Victor Hugo's character Gwynplain? Graph via: Invaluable Thoughts? I think it's fascinating how very kind Gwynplain inspired the creation of one of the most known... Continue Reading →