I’ve been practicing yoga. A lot. And understandably, I have accumulated a considerable amount of yoga gear: a frightening amount of which comes from Lululemon. Most people are content with just a basic yoga mat and some quality yoga pants or yoga shorts. Not me. I’m pretty sure I have assembled one of the world’s finest collections of yoga gear imaginable. Now I’m just wondering what to do with all of it.
The New Year has come with lots of gifts especially for those people seeking to enhance their knowledge through reading the new books in this year. The following are the best new books for 2014 that you can read to enhance your knowledge and understanding;
The first book is called A History of Future Cities written by Daniel Brook. When I read the book, it talks about the future as well as the development of major cities in the world in the coming years. The engineers are also talking about the new ways that they can use whenever they are looking for the best opportunities in the market. You can read this inspiring book if you want to understand more about the developments of the world trends in the coming years.
The End of Suburbs (Where the American Dream Is Moving) written by Leigh Gallagher is one of the highly rated books in the year 2014. The book has recorded sales of more 200,000 copies after just one week since the launch. After reading the book, I realize that America is the best country you can ever live in. This is from the illustrations that the author gives to the readers in the book. End of Suburbs is definitely one of the books that you do not want to read in this coming year.
How to Study Public Life by Birgitte Svarre and Jan Gehl is another book that I found interesting for people who want to run for public offices in this coming year of 2014. This will enable you understand the principles that you need as a person when you have dreams of holding any kind of public office. It also teaches people on the high moral standards that you need to be the best in the market. I also found the book to be interesting from the author’s ways of illustrations.
In the year 2014, try to read Smart Cities by Anthony Townsend. In his book, he talks about the revolutions that have taken place in many of the countries in the world and especially in America and how these affect the presence of human beings in the market. When I read the book, I found out new revelations that I did not know about thus enabling me to understand US better in terms of the developments.
In conclusion, if you want to expand your knowledge in the year 2014, then you need the above best new books for 2014.
I don’t know about you, but I’m always losing my stuff. Whether it’s money, my wallet, my car keys, small children that I’m responsible for–whatever. I’m simply losing track of it all. I can’t blame myself. We live in an age where there’s just too much stuff to keep track of.
And I’m always losing it. Really.
So I made this web site where I could track all my stuff. Well, kind of. I’m still working on all the pieces I need so that I can follow all my stuff everywhere: when I buy it and it’s being shipped to me, or once I have it and simply can’t track it anymore. Even if I loan it out to my deadbeat friend who seems to forgotten what he did with it.
I’m going to use it to track everything, even the money I hide in my mattress because I’m too scared of my bank going under next week.
Here’s a little bit of the stuff I’m doing right now. I’m keeping busy these days with a mix of work and play.
- Looking for some short-term office space.
- Reorganizing my sock drawer. Really.
- Playing some games on Facebook. Know any good new games there?
- Thinking about a good Halloween costume. Should I go as an Angry Bird?
- Researching for a new big-screen LCD TV.
- Playing a little bit of Poptropica. Having a lot of fun with Poptropica Ghost Story Island.