Summer is so close that you could almost hear the waves from the beach. You may already be imagining yourself lying on the sand reading and on your kindle while getting that sun-tanned skin. Just in time when summer holidays start here is our little guide with 5 Kindle eBooks for Summer Holidays for a splendid vacation!
1. Eat What You Love: Quick & Easy: Great Recipes Low in Sugar, Fat, and Calories
If your summer days have turned into a boring slog, mastering your cooking skills will not just kill a bit of time but will also delight your family and friends with your new recipes to serve during summer get togethers. We found Eat What You Love: Quick & Easy: Great Recipes Low in Sugar, Fat, and Calories as a good starting point to get you on the move. Authored by Marlene Koch, you’ll get to try at least 180 new dishes that are quick and easy to prepare. You’ll come up with tasty and yummy dishes in a span of 30 minutes or less starting from breakfast up to supper.
If you are preparing to take up a diet or prepare your beach body, there is an entire chapter on easy to prepare desserts that promises an average of 150 calories per serving.
Take a look at Eat What You Love: Quick & Easy: Great Recipes Low in Sugar, Fat, and Calories here
2. Hungry Girl Clean & Hungry: Healthy Recipes for Clean Eating in the Real World
Summer holidays is not only about getting the right shape, it’s also about achieving a healthy lifestyle. What better way to begin your transformation than eating your own food prepared and cooked the clean way. Authored by Lisa Lillien, Hungry Girl Clean & Hungry: Healthy Recipes for Clean Eating in the Real World is a complete guide with accompanying full-color images of each recipe. Boosting with Vegetarian, Gluten-Free and regular recipes, each meal includes how much calories are there and of course, tips on how to achieve a real world and delicious meal to good health. You can also follow a 4-week meal plan to go with your exercise routines, really a perfect plan for the summer holidays!
Check out the recipes in Hungry Girl Clean & Hungry: Healthy Recipes for Clean Eating in the Real World here
3. 365 Days of DIY Hacks – Home, Parenting, Pets, Gifts, Budged: (DIY Household Hacks, DIY Declutter and Organize, DIY Projects, DIY Crafts, DIY Books, DIY Gift, Do It Yourself, Home Improvement, Kids)
While doing tons of household chores may not be your idea of a fun summer holiday, achieving a hassle free home is something that you aspire to enjoy whole year round. To get that bliss, however, you need to gear up yourself with tons of DIY Hacks which fortunately is now available in your kindle. 365 Days of DIY Hacks provides sound and practical techniques to enhance and improve your home. There are also projects that you can start working on this summer like gardening, decor making and recycling.
4. The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future
America Online (AOL)co-founder, Steve Case tells the world of his humble beginning and how it took him to hit the peak of his career. Being one of the privileged few who managed to be at the frontline of the technological revolution, it was a huge milestone to be part of one of the top company’s at the dawn of the internet era. Case discussed how the “Third Wave” of the Internet is shaping the future of technology and communication. This is the time when businesses or enterprises are joining the foray of internet, which will eventually change how we conduct our daily lives. Being partly a memoir and partly a futuristic vision of the future, budding entrepreneurs or even seasoned businessmen will benefit from the personal insights of one of the greatest achievers in terms of digital age advancement in the United States.
5. The Cool Factor: A Guide to Achieving Effortless Style, with Secrets from the Women Who Have It
If personal development is part of your summer goals, getting to know your own style might be just the right move to hit that target. It has been a common mistake for people to follow trends even blindly just because they wouldn’t want to miss the cool guys’ bandwagon. As by Andrea Linett suggests in this book The Cool Factor: A Guide to Achieving Effortless Style, with Secrets from the Women Who Have It, chasing trends is never cool. You can achieve your own personal coolness by defining your own style, according to the famous stylist and creative director of Lucky magazine. There are photos and tips from renowned personalities as to how you can improve your wardrobe, choices of accessories and other hacks that improve your looks and flatter your assets. You can now be more confident in dressing up this summer holiday whether you’re going for that presentation or meeting or even your high school reunion.
The hardest part of summer holidays is planning how to spend it. It’s a good idea to occupy yourself by enjoying time on your kindle. You can start with the list above, then explore for more enjoyable readings before the summer holiday pass you by.