We all obsess about worrying less, but worrying can actually be good for you. Similarly we strive to be proactive and fast - but aren't there hidden benefits to procrastinating? The last thing a parent is meant to do is neglect their offspring, but children do amazing things when you just leave them alone. And at work we spend hours frantically brainstorming, but isn't there a benefit to just lazily staring out of the window? EVERYTHING BAD IS GOOD FOR YOU is a new series of short audiobooks dedicated to the much-maligned personality traits that we should actually be promoting. Just as Susan Cain's QUIET showed that introversion is actually a superpower and Sarah Knight made us all realise that not giving a f**k can actually improve our lives, these surprising and entertaining audiobooks will celebrate our perceived flaws - and show why embracing rather than supressing them can be the difference between failure and success.
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This sparkling novel about how four sane, intelligent, and good-hearted people manage to find love in spite of themselves abounds in good lines, aphorisms, advice to both the loved and the lovelorn ("The New York Times").
A 'jewel of romantic comedy' (New York Times) from the late great author, adored by Nigella Lawson, Dolly Alderton, Katherine Heiny and Caroline O'Donoghue. It was just as she suspected: love turned you into perfect mush. GUIDO is not in the habit of falling in love with women he sees in museums. Until he meets HOLLY. Precise about everything, she knows what she likes: pressed sheets, oranges (but nothing orange-flavoured), tea on a tray - and now, Guido. Meanwhile VINCENT, Guido's eternally cheerful best friend and cousin, falls for his misanthropic new colleague, MISTY. She seems as uninterested in love as she is in Vincent (at first). Through courtship, arguments, wedding plans and other perils, the couples find a way to be happy (almost) all the time. 'Seriously wise, seriously wonderful, seriously comic - your life will be richer for it' Katherine Heiny 'Uplifting, funny, generous. One of the most comforting, clever novels I know' Samantha Ellis 'Human and humorous, full of wisdom and love' Emma Straub
Citing a low percentage of polled North Americans who characterize themselves as very happy, the author of Autobiography of a Yogi draws on previously unreleased material to explain how to live a more satisfying life, in a guide that covers such techniques as balancing happiness and success, sharing happiness with others, and choosing to be happy. Original.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to have such control over your emotions that you could be happy practically all of the time? Well, it's actually possible, and this book describes multiple different ways that you can "train your brain" to be happy and positive all the time, regardless of your current circumstances. Happiness is available to all of us, but for many of us it is buried under many layers of negative thoughts. No More Negative Thinking: How to Be Positive, Happy, and Optimistic All the Time will show you how to eliminate your negative thoughts and replace them with positive ones that bring you happiness and peace of mind. In a few short weeks, you can be the master of your emotions. Topics covered in this book include: Awareness: The foundation and first step towards positive change. Affirmations: 3 ways to use affirmations to train your brain for success and happiness, plus a free affirmation audio track you can listen to for faster results. Visualization: Advanced visualization techniques that allow you to create positive change in your life in a very short amount of time. Find your bliss: The power of living in the moment and how to find activities that bring you peace of mind and long term happiness. Healthy body = happy mind: The importance of giving your body what it needs and how it leads to dramatic increases in happiness. Human relationships: How to repair damaged relationships and how to know when you should let go and move on to better things. Many years of relentless study of some of the happiest and most successful people in the world have preceded me writing this. I bring this to you with hopes that you can use it to enhance your life and go on to live the life you always dreamed of. You deserve to be happy.
The struggles of twelve-year-old Justine Hanley, traveling from California with her unstable mom and little sister, Rona, are mirrored with the diary entries of Zebulina Walker, a young pioneer woman headed west many years earlier.
This text aims to provide a firm foundation in the principles and concepts of operating systems design and discuss major issues, as well as to show how several operating systems have implemented these concepts. It covers all major topics of operating systems, including memory management, I/O processing, concurrent processing, auxiliary storage management, and scheduling. There is also a chapter on queuing theory and a chapter with four case studies: MS-DOS, UNIX, VMS, and MVS. Additional case studies are presented at the end of each chapter.
The author continues his portrayal of the improprieties of the fictional village Clochemerle located in French wine country. Presented in a playful, forgiving tone, a new curate to the village tries to moderate the sexual appetites of the village residents with little success, as the luxuries of the 1920s reach this pastoral village. In the backdrop, however, remain hints of the upcoming economic and political turmoil of the 1930s.