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The Ageless Beauty Grail, Sandra Bloom

Education & Teaching, Grief & Hardship, Guidebook and Textbook, Health & Well Being, NonFiction

Fed up of following fad diets and reading countless self-help books, only to find yourself back at square one? This is your indispensable guide to a program that can help you achieve your weight loss goals while rebooting your health and energy FOR GOOD! Natural beauty and nutrition expert Sandra Bloom, is lifting the lid … Read more

Rules of Engagement, Carolyn Swora

Business & Finance, Civilization & Culture, Education & Teaching, Guidebook and Textbook, NonFiction

What is it truly like to work for you? Look around the typical workplace. People are overwhelmed. They’re unengaged; or worse, disengaged. AT home and at work, the world is changing too fast, and people simply can’t cope. No matter how skillful someone is, faced with a barrage of new information, unstructured data, and “disruptive” … Read more

College Mania, Is a University the New Doctor?, Joshua Flapan

Education & Teaching, NonFiction, Reference

College Mania Is a University the New Doctor is about people think that a college degree is a real degree. In fact, the Doctorate is doing the goals of the college. In many ways, the full benefits of a college degree go to the P.h.D.. Also, the book has introductions to explain to the reader … Read more

Grit for Kids, Lee David Daniels

Education & Teaching, Parenting & Relationships, Psychology & Counseling

Everyone has heard of Grit. It’s that unique combination of passion and perseverance that has been identified as a key to success. But while much has been written on how to develop these attributes for adults, there hasn’t been much practical advice on how to develop grit in children. Your kids are the most important … Read more

Fifty Curious Questions: Pabulum for the Enquiring Mind, Martin Fone

Education & Teaching, Guidebook and Textbook, NonFiction

The pace of life is such that we rarely have the luxury to stop and think. We take so much on trust or assume that we know why something happens or the way things work. It is only when we stop and think that nagging doubts or questions creep into our subconscious? For those of … Read more