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Store closes on 28th & 29th of July 2014

Dear customers,

We wish to inform that our store will be closed on Monday and Tuesday (28th and 29th of July 2014) in conjunction with ‘Hari Raya’ celebrations.  50 more words


Back in the day: Romance Novelin'

My first foray into personal blogging was with Day One (I think it was originally titled She Calls Him Langston). I was 19, full of angst, sad, confused, and angry. 733 more words


Allocated Spending Plans, Cash, & Other Discoveries

So, first thing: I found this fantastic allocated spending worksheet on Google Docs (based on Dave Ramsey’s template). I love it–it’s super easy, interactive, and I can switch things around as I spend money in order to see exactly where it’s going. 478 more words


Staff Review: Dog On It

Spencer Quinn

Dog On It

Atria Books


Available now

What is more delightful than a dog? A missing-persons mystery narrated by a detective’s dog! This book is the perfect combination of well-crafted mystery and witty narration. 419 more words


Muff, Halfshoe and Moss Beard.

Today I stumble upon a secondhand bookstore and I found a piece of my childhood . I couldn’t resist buying it , and actually it was very cheap only 3 levs ( 1.5 euro ) . 16 more words


Why You Should Learn to Read Like a Buddhist Monk

I have three sisters. We actually all get (and got) along quite well. But as those of you with kids will know, the phrase “sibling rivalry” is one of the great understatements of our time. 1,788 more words


Why you should read to your children.

Because it will make them smarter.

That was easy, wasn’t it? We can all go home now. It was also, however, wrong. I don’t read many business books, but one of the few that I have read is an unusual little creature called “Freakonomics”. 1,931 more words