Which Do You Read Faster: Ebooks or Print Books?

Image by Crimson Times. Is it just me or do you find yourself reading your ebooks faster than the printed ones? Well, yes, that’s my question of the day. I came across a post on Tumblr that said the person finished reading their ebooks faster than their printed counterparts. And it got me thinking: Yes,…

Read a Book and Put Your Brain to Bed.

Did you know that six minutes of reading before bed can help you sleep, dream and live better? No? Well, neither did I but that’s not the reason why I read-before-my-bedtime routine anyway. I read because it helps me to relax and eases the day’s stress off my mind. But if you ask me, though,…

Book Review: Odysseus: The Return by Valerio Massimo Manfredi.

No. of pages: 400 pages Publisher: Macmillan, September 11, 2014 (first published in September 10, 2013) Setting: Ancient Greece (the vast open sea and all the surrounding islands) Original Title: Il mio nome è Nessuno: Il ritorno And so Odysseus: The Return by Valerio Massimo Manfredi was my 25th book of the year 2016 and marked the…

Building a Mini Balcony Garden.

When I bought my first condo with my husband, we were given a unit that had already been lived in by two previous owners. That made us the third owner-generation of the place. When we finally moved in, the place was filthy. Dust bunnies and dust mites had parties all over the condo unit, in…

Reasons Why We Own A Cat.

We never thought that we would actually adopt a cat one day. A friend had rescued him as a stray, had two existing ones of her own, and decided to find an owner for him. When we saw him as a kitten, we fell in love with him and decided to adopt him. I’ve never…

Feng Shui in the Eyes of the West.

I’ve never been much of a Feng Shui follower, but because of an interview for the position of Research Writer in a Feng Shui-based company yesterday, I was given an assignment of composing my understanding of the introduction of Feng Shui. Also, I have an aunt who is a big fan of the practice, so…