When we were children, our moms/dads/grandmas had told us that we must eat our breakfast. And they said it for a good reason! Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So let’s talk about 5 delicious and nutritious breakfasts.
The first month of 2017 is already gone, and it’s time to share with you some lovely things. So, here are my January favorites.
Do you prefer coffee or tea? Do you like chocolate? Or maybe you like Coca-cola or Pepsi, or even some energy drinks? Do you know what is common between them? Caffeine. And that’s why Murray Carpenter was investigating this white powder substance over the years. And all his researches he put into the book «Caffeinated: How Our Daily Habit Helps, Hurts, and Hooks Us». He published his boon in 2014.
During the winter holidays, especially when the snowy weather outside, we want to cuddle up in a blanket and enjoy reading interesting books or watching exciting movies. Why not combine these things? So, here are 7 great books and their film adaptations.
Well, finally, it’s time to remember some pleasant and interesting things from the last month of the year. So here are my December favorites.
Winter holidays, snowy weather, aromatic hot tea, and of course gingerbreads. Sweet and delicious. And they can be in various forms – cute ginger men, new year tree, hearts, stars, etc.
2017 is already started, so the new book year too. It’s planned to read a lot of books – some classical works, some new things, and of course a little bit more of non-fiction. And to start this new book year well, I want to mention books which I have read in a magnificent 2016.
Lotto, who always considering himself as a bright sun suddenly understood that he was only a “yellow dwarf” circling on the orbit of the invisible star – a black giant.
In a dark, dark wood… No, there is no fox… In a dark, dark wood there is a glass house, where the cheerful company is celebrating a hen party, and there is a murder. Yes, you are right, a murder. About this a British writer Ruth Ware wrote in her book “In A Dark, Dark Wood”.
It’s December outside and frost pinches our cheeks. The snowflakes are falling from heaven and almost everybody sings “holidays are coming”, but we should speak a little more about autumn. Or rather – about my November favorites.