Category: Live It Up!
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Spring is such a lovely time! Sunlight is in abundance, the air is fresh, and it’s high time to get outside and take a walk!Read more > “Best National Take a Walk in the Park Day Podcasts”
The National Read Across America Day is annually held on the first school day closest to March 2. The date is the birthday of Dr. Seuss, who is known as a writer of many children’s books.Read more > “National Read Across America Day Q&As”
Are you a book-lover whose best pastime is sitting in a cozy place reading a book? We know what you need! Today, we are not giving book recommendations, but we’ve compiled a list of ideas where you can read the next book. First of all, we suggest that you visit libraries from time to time, as they are designated for reading, and some of them are exceptionally beautiful and a pleasure to stay. Next and not that obvious, botanical gardens can also be a lovely place to read a book.Read more > “The Best Places in the U.S. to Relax and Read a Book”
Christmas is coming! Winter holidays are approaching—it’s high time to think about gift preparation. A nightmare, you may say! Not at all. Even if you are too busy and hate Christmas shopping, we suggest taking a different approach. After all this instability and bad news, we need this period of joy and excitement.Read more > “10 Christmas Presents for Your Loved Ones”
2020 will be written down in sports history books as a year of lost hope and cravings for live events. It was the fourth time in the history of sports when the Summer Olympics were canceled (the games were also put on hold in 1916, 1940, and 1944). Finally, after sports were on hold for a year, we are back in the game! Faithful fans, if not back to the stadiums, are back to their screens, fervently watching their favorite sports.
This season is remarkably packed compared to the stillness of 2020, both with live events and controversies spurred around such initiatives as the European Super League or whether we should hold the Olympics this year at all. In the time between watching your favorite sportsmen and women pedaling, running, jumping, kicking, and serving, have you ever wondered about the history of sports you’re so inspired by? Sports books and movies based on true stories amount to a fulfilling opportunity to learn more about a particular sport so that you can later maximize your excitement from live sports events, training, and performing yourself!
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. Discover how bibliotherapy works, and BooksRun will always support you when it comes to buying books and delivering them on time.Read more > “Book Therapy: How Reading Books Can Help You Feel Better”
Raise your hand if you like listening to podcasts while doing all kinds of stuff: washing the dishes, walking your dog, commuting, cleaning. This week we can officially celebrate your passion — it is International Podcast Day! Isn’t it the best occasion to refresh your library and pick some new great shows for the coming academic year? We have already prepared an extensive list of podcasts about history, philosophy, and self-help topics. Hurry up to check these fantastic shows. Today it’s time for something extraordinary: BooksRun made for you a selection of 10 fabulous podcasts about books to treat a book-lover and a podcast-geek in you!Read more > “10 Best Podcasts about Books: Listen about what you Read”
This week, on April 23, we are celebrating World Book Day. We salute the joy of reading that can never be taken away from us, even if everything else shatters into pieces. This celebration is inspired by UNESCO, promoting literature, education, and fair copyright use. All the bookworms, college students, authors, editors, and publishers can rejoice, comfort themselves with a mug of tea, and celebrate the best-loved activity — reading. But what are other ways of creating a festive mood on World Book Day? Here are several fascinating ways to praise your favorite books, and not just by reading them.Read more > “World Book Day: 9 Ideas to Celebrate Your Love for Books in 2021, and Not Just by Reading”
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