Lifehacks: 144 More or Less Obvious Things That Will Make Your Life Easier by Matt Harris
Genre: Non-Fiction, Self-Help, Creativity, Stress-Management
Free July 29- July 31
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Do You Want to Increase Your Productivity, Improve Your Personal Life, Enhance Your Health and Fitness and Save Some Cash?
If you just answered all of these questions with a loud and clear hell yeah, you’ve come to the right place!
So… What Exactly is a “Lifehack”?
The term “hack” basically means any sort of shortcut, trick or technique that gives you the results you want in a non-elegant but effective manner.
It was originally used for computer programs where you “hack” into a game and bypass all the nasty minions and get what you want quickly and efficiently. The word “life” has been added in, making the term “lifehack” a crude but effective way of making daily tasks easier.
Discover 144 Hacks That Will Help You to Make the Most of Your Time
“Lifehacks” contains more than 100 ideas that you can implement in your life… as of today! You will learn how to:
Become more productive in your job, and how to get stuff done.
Improve your personal life to live a fulfilled and kick-ass life.
Boost your social skills to meet new and interesting people.
Enhance your health and fitness, because, as Jim Rohn said: “Take care of your body—it’s the only place you have to live.”
Have a healthy bank account and how to save yourself some decent money.
Love’s Prey by Meg Xuemei X
Genre: Young adult romance
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Deemed a thief, a brute, and a slut by one’s own family and schoolmates might take its toll on your average fifteen-year-old, but Xirena makes no apologies. Kai, the smoking hot seventeen-year-old boy next door can’t stop thinking about the girl everyone in town says is no good. As his obsession for her turns to fiery love, he is hell-bent on unlocking her heart and setting them both free from what their society demands.
What they’re saying about it:
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“It is mystical, magical, scary and delightful all at the same time.” (Amazon review)