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How can we possibly make our studying routine less cluttered with digital noise and focus on studying? Is it possible to minimize all the distractions? Zenware apps are definitely one of the solutions. These apps help you concentrate on the one task you are supposed to do by eliminating interface clutter, notifications, and often noises. While these apps usually cost quite a bit, we also offer you a combination of free apps for focusing on studying that can substitute any fancy Zenware. 

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Food affects our body, fitness, cognitive functions, and mood—it basically defines our life quality. But how can you possibly make sense of thousands of nutrition tips and rules? We all know that eating less sugar and saturated fats and consuming more fiber is largely beneficial, but what’s the science behind it? How can you turn this scientific maxim into an approachable action plan on a daily basis? We have a solution.

Read more > “The Best Nutrition Books for Beginners”

Book Therapy, also known as bibliotherapy, is a fantastic healing practice for book enthusiasts like you and me. It is no secret that books can help you solve problems, boost your mood, and offer condolences. And you do not have to exclusively turn to omnipresent self-help books. Our favorite fiction books, when chosen carefully and read therapeutically, can aid you in treating anxiety and loss as well as live through overwhelming emotions, both positive and negative.

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Reading and writing are essential skills that students mostly learn from school. Unfortunately, because of this, many students only associate it with the study environment, homework, and essays, which gives it a negative connotation. If you hang around as many youngsters as I do, you’ll notice that few teens get as excited about reading a book as they would about watching a show on Netflix or going to the movies.

Read more > “How to Get Teens Excited about Reading and Writing (Guest Post)”

You have learned almost everything you could in the school setting from your professors, textbooks, and overnighters on group projects. Now what? Now comes securing that internship. Internships can be essential before you step out into the brutal reality of the actual workforce. Internships allow you to gain hands-on experience of what it would be like working in the real world. The theories, knowledge, and skills learned at school can now be put to the test.

Read more > “Questions to Ask When Interviewing for an Internship (Guest Post)”

You might have reviewed all the books on your LSAT list or have the copy of “Black’s Law Dictionary” always on your side, but there are other books on law school shelf which are worth mentioning. We decided to gather a list of such books on the law which will introduce you to landmark Supreme Court decisions or give you food for thought about interesting legal twists in a downtown novel. Check below 12 best books every law student should read:

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How are your reading challenges coming along? Is it one of your New Year resolutions to read a new book every month this year? So you have already made a list of what you want to read or you have just started thinking about it? Either way, it is always good to know the titles that were recommended by people who we admire. That is why we have collected celebrity reading lists from people who have changed the world or stunned us with their performance, or sometimes have done both.

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Medical students have to read tons of professional literature over the long course of their studies. Most of the time it is inseparably linked with anatomy, organic chemistry and other subjects which formulate the core knowledge of all the doctors. Here we decided to select the must-read books for medical students which are not assigned to the syllabus but at the same which will make you contemplate about important and interesting issues that doctors have to confront in their professional world. We are sure that reading a surgeon’s memoir of his own death or a Pulitzer-winning history of cancer will encourage you to question certain traditional beliefs in the medical industry. Below is our non-syllabus list of must-read books for medical students.

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