Valentine’s day is approaching, so in this post, we’ve decided to cover a few basics on how to get ready for it—but not in the way you probably expected (though some examples of Valentine’s day decor and Valentine’s day gifts will be included).Read more > “How to Ruin Valentine’s Day Most Effectively”
Category: Live It Up!
Read about ideas to get your mind off studies during breaks and in your free time. Articles on fun, entertainment, best movies and upcoming music events.
It’s time to recall some of the Halloween movies! While you’ve probably already carved all the pumpkins, have all the Halloween decorations in place, and (with our help) have chosen your Halloween costumes, let’s now pick up a movie to boost the spirit of Halloween.Read more > “Top 5 Halloween Movies”
“When witches go riding and black cats are seen: the moon laughs and whispers, “Tis near Halloween!” Are you ready? It’s long past the time to prepare; however, if you are not a great planner, this article is for you. We’ve collected a few Halloween costume ideas. Meet the best Halloween costumes and learn where to buy them!Read more > “Best Halloween Costumes in 2022 and Where to Buy Them”
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 that 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.Read more > “The Most Engaging Movies and Books on Sports History”
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.Read more > “Book Therapy: How Reading Books Can Help You Feel Better”