- Enhances smarts and memory
- Kills boredom
- Boosts reasoning and analytical skills
- Builds self-esteem (Now that you are more knowledgeable)
- Helps you become a better orator (In a particular subject matter)
So cultivate the habit of reading today!
And to help you with that, I’ve set up Honeyz BookStore – an online Internet bookstore – to provide you a flexible and convenient avenue to shop for books (after reading my blog posts :P).
This is how the bookstore looks like.
The books that I recommend in this store are books that I’ve read or books that have received great reviews on Amazon, and most of them centers on issues that are relevant to women today. The topics include: Career, Fashion and Style, Relationships, Lifestyle, Travels, etc.
One of my most favorite: ‘Women, Work & the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense & Sensibility’ by Mireille Guiliano where Guiliano tells of her experiences as the CEO of Veuve Clicquot and how she overcame problems in a male-dominated work environment. She also offered many useful tips for workplace survival for women.
Tempted to visit the store yet?
Here’s a simple navigation guide.
If you would like to browse by categories, you may click on the titles under ‘Browse by Category’ as shown below.
And if you like a particular book and would like to purchase it, you may just click on its title and add the book to your Amazon shopping cart. (If you don’t have an existing Amazon account, you may sign up here.)
It is pretty easy to use. The shopping experience is almost exactly like Amazon’s except that these books are recommended by me.
I’ve also created a page that features my latest book picks. You can access it from the Honeyz Book Picks tab above or click on this banner which is situated on the left bar.
You can also go directly to your favorite book’s product details page from the ‘Honeyz Book Picks’ page by simply clicking on their images or the Click here to buy ♥ button.
Remember, reading gives you the added edge and pushes you closer to your life goals.
Start reading today!
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to read Stephen Covey’s ‘7 Habits of Highly Effective People’.