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The Sweet Reads Box Celebrates Reading And Fun

Reading is one of the best hobbies because it does much for you. Anyone can pick up a book for pleasure, but what about the practical benefits of reading? Reading is sometimes overlooked as a hobby, but it has some great perks. Research has proven that reading for at least 15 minutes daily can help relieve stress. With the Holiday season approaching, people are all about finding ways to spice up their life. Stress can cause heart attacks and wrinkles, so why not give this gift of a subscription to someone you love? Don’t forget how much it’s good for your mind and body.

Reading is so much more than just a hobby. It’s a great way to spend your free time and can even have some very real benefits for your health. Studies have shown that reading can help reduce stress levels, improve sleep, prevent Alzheimer’s, grow your vocabulary, improve writing skills, and even improve memory and focus.

Reading has been proven to be one of the best ways to exercise your brain. It’s an activity that engages all four major areas of the brain at once – the visual cortex (what you see), the occipital lobe (the part responsible for interpreting things you see), the frontal lobe (the part of your brain responsible for decision-making), and finally the temporal lobe (where language comprehension takes place).

Studies have found that reading regularly helps keep your mind sharp as you age by keeping it active throughout life. Regular reading can also help prevent or delay symptoms of dementia by keeping your brain active. As well as this, regular reading may also help stave off depression and anxiety because it allows us to disconnect from our everyday lives and immerse ourselves in someone else’s world for a while; this can be especially beneficial if you suffer from a social anxiety disorder or panic attacks.

Decreases Stress Levels

Reading can help you relax, reduce stress and improve your mood. According to research published in the Journal of Social Science and Medicine, people who read have a lower risk of developing depression and anxiety compared with those who don’t read. This is because reading allows you to immerse yourself in another world, which helps take your mind off stressful situations.

Improves Sleep

According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), reading for 30 minutes before bedtime can help you fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly through the night. This may be since it takes about 20 minutes for your body’s temperature to drop after you’ve stopped moving around — so if you read before bed, it could help you nod off more quickly than if you were watching TV or doing something else gets your blood flowing.

Reading Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s

While many factors contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease, research suggests that reading may be one way to slow its progression. A study published in Neurology found that older adults who read books at least once a week had better cognitive function than those who didn’t read books regularly.

Grows Your Vocabulary and Writing Skills

Reading helps build a better vocabulary. The more you read, the easier it becomes for you to learn new words. This is especially helpful when looking for a job or applying to college — employers and admissions officers look for applicants who use words correctly in their writing samples. Reading is one of the best ways to improve your writing skills. You will see how words are used and how sentences flow together to create meaning. Good writers read widely, which means they read everything from novels and short stories to newspapers and nonfiction books outside their comfort zone.

Improves Memory and Focus

Reading can help improve your memory, especially if you read challenging material. The brain has to work harder when reading challenging material as it tries to decipher the meaning behind the words. Reading also helps improve focus as it forces your mind to stay focused on what you are reading instead of letting other thoughts cloud your mind while you read. Reading Is Good 

For Your Mind and Body

Reading is one of the best things you can do for yourself, especially if you’re feeling stressed or anxious. Taking time to read can help you relax and unwind. It can also help clear your mind of all the thoughts swirling around there.

Books can be a great way to learn new skills, whether learning to draw better or make handmade crafts. If you’re interested in taking up a new hobby like painting or photography, reading books on the subject will teach you everything from how to choose paint colors to how to properly hold a camera with the right amount of light exposure so that your photos come out looking their best when printed out as postcards or other keepsake items.

Sweet Reads Subscription Is The Answer

The Sweet Reads Box is a monthly book subscription service recently launched in the United States from Canada. Sweet Reads Box is a must-have for students or anyone who loves to read, as it was created for book lovers — by book lovers.

No matter what stage you are at in your life, time for yourself seems to get lost in the everyday. Sweet Reads Box is your chance to relax and enjoy a great read, a decadently sweet, and a carefully curated item that ties to your novel. You can select a monthly subscription or choose from the line’s limited edition boxes or past boxes (all available)! The boxes make wonderful gifts for the back-to-school and holiday seasons!

Sample Box – Lessons In Chemistry Book Box

This box features Bonnie Garmus’s Lessons in Chemistry novel, which centers on protagonist Elizabeth Zott and her new career as the host of a beloved TV cooking show. Set in the 1960s, this unique novel dives into the similarities between cooking and chemistry and offers a set of characters to fall in love with. Elizabeth gives us a window into a world where men are scientists and women are not. Both funny and inspiring, quirky and intelligent, Lessons in Chemistry is a novel you will be talking about long after you finish.

The box also includes a delicious Lemon Square baked good by Lemon Square Co., C25H28N6O7 Instant Coffee by Alpine Coffee, an Assorted Styles Dishtowel by Danica (fit for the 1960s cooking show!), tasty Marinara Mix by Gourmet du Village, awesome Lab Goal Socks by Endur, hearty Soda Biscuits by Supper at Six, Italian Noodles by Supper at Six, a Lessons in Chemistry Pencil by Penguin Canada (perfect for taking notes!), a custom-created notepad specially designed to coordinate with the novel, and a special letter from author Bonnie Garmus exclusive to Sweet Readers. The box retails for $89.99 at us.sweetreadsbox.com.

Unsinkable Greta James Book Box

This exciting book box features Jennifer E. Smith’s Unsinkable Greta James, a heartfelt and quirky story about a rock star daughter and her father struggling to find their footing after a tragedy as they attempt to untangle years of misunderstanding.

Embark on an inner and outer discovery journey with the James family set amongst the breathtaking landscape of Alaska’s Inside Passage. Be a fly on the deck (or an Eagle) as Greta heals old family wounds, kindles an unlikely shipboard romance, and ultimately reconnects with her true self while sailing through life’s tough-to-navigate passages.

The box also includes an Escape Cruise Lines Margarita Mix by Gourmet du Village (perfect for margaritas or mocktails!), Walton Wood Farm’s Bear Droppings Alaskan-inspired, energizing snack for hikes, and more, the Call of the Wild classic book by Jack London, a Totem Spirit by Native Northwest (made from reclaimed wood, each piece features art by a Haida artist), a Vintage Inside Passage Bookmark by Woodly, vibrant Greta James Solid Perfume (a signature fragrance for an Indie Rockstar), and a special letter from author Jennifer E Smith exclusive to Sweet Readers. The box retails for $89.99 at us.sweetreadsbox.com.

My Feedback

I received the Unsinkable Greta James Book Box. I could not be more thrilled. First, I love to read, so this box is an easy solution for me.  But additionally, I still love to hold a real physical book in my hands. Sure I read a great deal digitally, but something is soothing about holding physical books and flipping the pages. Even the smell improves the experience. So much fun and a fantastic gift option for your family, coworker, or anyone.

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