The Survive the Modern World series tackles big subjects in a fun and digestible way. The tone is frank and chatty, but the content is comprehensive. Upskill and expand your knowledge with these accessible pocket guides.
How to Be Online and Also Be Happy is your playful guide to using the internet in a rewarding, productive, and meaningful way. While spending time online can be one of the most fulfilling aspects of our lives, it's also a source of great discontent, addiction, and anxiety. But there's no reason to believe that the internet itself is making us sad, it's the way we are using and engaging with it.
How to Be a Creative Thinker is a map to your creative mind, the places your creative potential resides, and the allies and enemies along the way. It's a practical guide to the science and the psychology of creativity and the conditions required for cultivating it. We think creativity is for those lucky enough to be born with it – something you either have or you don't. But this is untrue. Creativity is more than God-given talent, and it's more than artistic flair. It's the ability to come up with a new idea in any area or setting. And most importantly, it can be learned by anyone.
How Veganism Can Save Us is a little book about the big ideas behind veganism, showing how changing our habits can change the world. Revealing hard truths, animal rights activist Emma Hakansson teaches us the devastating impact animal agriculture is having on our environment, waterways, as well as our personal wellbeing and mental health. This empowering book is filled with quotes, explainers and activities that give pause for thought, recalibration and action, as Emma's words echo that of Sir David Attenborough's: "the future of humanity and indeed all life on Earth depends on us".