Autumn – the time of year where the air starts to cool, fallen leaves litter the pathways; people sip hot coffee while cuddling at home in their oversized sweaters. It’s one of the seasons loved by many book readers. Catch the autumn bug by reading these books on our autumn 2015 list:
Everybody dreams. It’s a natural occurrence that every living thing with mental capability experiences. People’s dreams vary and the works of our brains are all unpredictable. Unlike the body which rests when we are sleeping, the brain, at times, remains conscious.
Lucid dream is b a rare phenomenon where a dreamer realizes that he is dreaming. Unlike normal dreams, lucid dreams are vivid and dreamers often have complete control over his dreams (almost!).
Self-confidence starts from an early age. Kids start to feel shame, pride and guilt as early as three years old.
While tea might be popularly known as a very British beverage, tea is actually widely consumed by people around the world. Ireland and Turkey are a nation of tea drinkers, as well as China who is by far the largest tea consumer with 1.6 billion pounds a year. So what makes tea a universally acceptable drink? Why is it good for you? Read on to find out.