What are the key ideas that you can takeaway from books? Bookedforlife sieves ‘takeaways’ from books to provide you with some food for thought. A literary lifestyle seeks inspiration from literature, books and culture and we present it to you in an easy to read manner. All this is of course, filtered according to our unique point of view!
How not to Die urges the reader to view lifestyle and diet as a path overcome the diseases and conditions that steal away our health, wellbeing and even our lives.
Do you want to transform your life for the better? Start by taking complete control of your mornings.
Who does not love a classic murder mystery? Some suggestions to add to your list of thriller murder mysteries to read!
We love to take care of our bodies, but how many of us strive to take care of our brains? Dr. Sanjay Gupta in his book, Keep Sharp outlines strategies for building a strong and resilient brain.
Which are the six morning habits that will transform your life forever? The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod leaves you with some food for thought.
The ever-elusive work-life balance for women is a universal issue, and many books explore the its dynamics. Here, we look at Lean In, a classic by Sheryl Sandberg and compare it with the lessons we can learn from women scientists at ISRO. Unlikely contenders? Well, read on to see….
The Dry fasting miracle is a simple modern guide to the age-old practice of fasting. Coming from holistic lifestyle coach Luke Coutinho, the book takes you on a journey to rediscover ancient practices that still find relevance in our lifestyles.
Most of us scan the news the first thing in the morning, and maybe even multiple times in a day. What if you get to know that the quality of your life will actually improve if you stop reading the news?
Business in the new age demands a reset mindset. Following old systems is akin to driving ahead while looking in the rear-view mirror. Rajesh Srivastava presents a curated and comprehensive lowdown on The New Rules of Business.
As we reel under the pressure of addiction to gadgets, let’s explore the age-old tradition of reading and storytelling.