Fun and Useful ways to use empty notebooks

Got a diary as a memento from your university? Or a journal as a gift from friends? Don’t waste them!

Writing in books is an old school habit (still practiced by few), since the invention of notes on phones and computers. For some, it is simply more convenient than writing things down. However, to pick up a notebook and write can be exciting. Here are fun but useful ways you can use empty notebooks

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5 books I enjoyed reading this summer

I decided to take up the challenge of reading 1 book a week for 10 weeks. Some were good, some were bad, some I loved and the others, I stopped reading half way, because, life is too short to finish a book you don’t like (Don’t agree? Tell us why in the comments below!).

I am not an avid reader. I would only read 1 or 2 books a year. For me, it was important to have a take away from each book that I read. I’d rather watch movies than read fiction books. So I decided to take up this challenge because, a) I had a lot of time to spare b) I wanted to get into the habit of reading c) Oprah said “Reading is the strongest signal for success” and I like Oprah.

In this article, I will be talking about five books that I thought were incredible. These books are extremely easy to read, kept me hooked throughout and there was so much that I learnt

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