Tried meditation and failed? Let a new book reorient your approach to battling stress; follow a Scandinavian detective on his mission to uncover bizarre crimes; and finally, teach yourself to "grow" fresh air with tips from two experts.
From three different genres, we bring you an amazing reading experience with our handpicked books!
Stress Less, Accomplish More: The 15-Minute Meditation Programme for Extraordinary Performance
Author: Emily Fletcher | A guide for people who have "tried meditation" but failed to clear their mind or found themselves just sitting, "Stress Less, Accomplish More" claims to reorient your approach towards meditation. Focussed on stress relief, mental clarity and improved productivity, the approach aims to tackle the busy modern lifestyle. "Meditation, as I define it, is helping you get rid of your stress from the past. The less stress you have in your body, the easier it is for you to perform at the top of your game," Fletcher advises in the book's introduction.
The Department of Sensitive Crimes
Author: Alexander McCall Smith | Ulf Varg works in Malmo's Department of Sensitive Crimes. Like all Scandinavian detectives he has his issues. In his case these include his unresolved feelings for his colleague, Anna; his impatience over the seeming incompetence of his irritating colleague Blomquist; and his concerns for the health of his hearing-impaired dog, Marten, the only dog in Sweden who is able to lip-read.
How To Grow Fresh Air: India's Top Experts Teach You How to Beat Air Pollution
Authors: Kamal Meattle and Barun Agarwal | Declutter your home, leave your shoes at the door, invest in a good air purifier, ventilate indoor spaces, use indoor plants that give you fresh air and more importantly, participate in community efforts to clean air: These are the pearls of wisdom offered by a book by top experts who teach you how to beat air pollution.
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