We here at KF on KND know that today of all days, you’re already being bombarded on all sides by self-help articles, books and programs intended to jump-start your New Year’s resolutions. So we’re going in a different direction! Here are some books for those of us who have New Year’s resolutions, but aren’t looking to completely redesign our lifestyle to make them happen.
Finally, a weight loss plan for people who don’t like vegetables, who are in the habit of drinking soda all day, and who are not motivated to complete long workouts. Jump into an easy, cheap and simple diet plan that can be set to your schedule, eating habits and busy lifestyle.
This step-by-step plan provides guidance on every meal of the day, what to snack on, how to work out, and how to track your progress. It begins with explaining the benefits of what you should drink, and is followed by a detailed description of how to handle meals. It will allow you to snack all day, and eat all of your favorite foods for dinner with no confusing limitations.
D.T. Brooks has done the research for you, and explains the plan so there is no confusion on the reader’s part. The Picky-Eating, Soda-Drinking, Lazy Person’s Weight Loss Plan is the perfect guide for the fast-food generation, and can be enjoyed by people of all ages. If you are the type of person that cannot follow diet plans because the limitations of your own tastes when choosing foods, this is the book for you.
It’s a small attention span world out there, and not everyone’s interested in paging through lengthy tomes to deepen their intellect. They want their information. And they want it now.
This book fills that void next to the recliner as the go-to reference whenever work conversations or bar trivia have you feeling stupid. The top ten academic subjects are broken into digestible pieces such as:
Fast Facts: One-liners that delivers important information
Repeatable Quotables: Smart words by smart people to make readers look smart by repeating
Visual Aids: Graphs, charts, and tables for when even a few words are way too much
Cheat Sheets: Chapter-ending recaps that reinforce the major points to take away
Whether they want an answer to a biology question, or to brush up on their Spanish during a commercial break, this book is perfect for people who couldn’t bother paying attention the first time.
So you’ve heard of lazy investing? But you’re not quite sure what it’s all about? You want to invest your money wisely, while avoiding crazy high fees and shady brokers? You know you need to save for retirement, but you don’t know how? If this sounds like you, then The Lazy Investors’ Guide is exactly what you need!
Investing doesn’t have to be as difficult as it’s usually made out to be. There’s got to be an easier way to do it right, with minimal effort, and end up ahead in the race. Investing has got to be less about paying fees to others (Brokers and Advisors), and more about paying YOURSELF. There is. It’s called Lazy Investing. So dive in and discover:
– We’ll reveal some popular Myths about the stock market, and expose them as being just that – “myths” that prevent YOU from making money in stocks
– We’ll introduce you to what Lazy Investing is all about and why it makes so much sense
– You’ll get to see, up close, some great examples of Lazy Investing building blocks and what they can do of your portfolio
– We’ll walk you through the decision making process of whether Lazy Investing is really right for you
– And last, but certainly not least, you’ll get an inside look at the Ultimate Lazy Investors Portfolio – several versions of them actually!
Not only that, but we’ve put together a “Lazy Investors Toolbox” for you at the end of the book. You’ll find some excellent checklists and questionnaires that you can use to define, refine and improve your personal Lazy investment style and Lazy Portfolio.
The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Furniture Painting unlocks the furniture painting secrets from the Pros.
Most of us can put a paint brush in our hand and slap on a coat of paint, but once you learn how to paint furniture, the lazy girl way, your furniture makeovers will never be the same. The book offers over 115 quick to implement and easy to execute tips, tricks, and shortcuts from faux finishers, contractors, DIYers, and furniture painting professionals.
Over 90 full color photos and tutorials will guide the reader step-by-step in learning the tricks of the trade from prepping, painting, distressing, antiquing, and finishing your painted furniture.
The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Furniture Painting will transform not only your furniture but the way in which you tackle your projects.
You love Dungeons and Dragons. As an experienced dungeon master you’ve run dozens, if not hundreds of games. You put a lot of work into making your games great. What if there’s another way to look at how you prepare your game? What if it turned out you could spend less time, less energy, and have a better game as a result?
It’s time to unleash the Lazy Dungeon Master.
Written in the style of Sly Flourish’s Dungeon Master Tips and Running Epic Tier D&D Games, The Lazy Dungeon Master shows a new approach to game preparation, one that takes less time and gives your game the freedom to grow at the table. This book will help dungeon master prepare awesome games for any version of D&D.
Based on the real-world experiences of hundreds of dungeon masters and dozens of professional game designers, the Lazy Dungeon Master includes interviews with veteran D&D DMs and a complete toolkit to help you improvise an entire game.
Whether you play 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Pathfinder, or the D&D Next playtest; The Lazy Dungeon Master has tips, techniques, and advice to make preparation easier and help you run a flexible and entertaining game.
Are you keen on mediterranean diet and too lazy to cook? This recipes book contains 50 surprisingly simple mediterranean diet recipes you can prepare and cook on the same afternoon.
In has been proven that Mediterranean diet can help you live longer and at the same time lower your chances of contacting chronic diseases. Mediterranean diet place heavy emphasis on vegetables, fruits, fishes, healthy fats, whole grains and herbs and spices.
It may be difficult to take the time to identify the ingredients that meets these requirements. This is where this cookbook comes in.
It has wide varieties of whole food recipes ranging from spice olives, egyptian fava beans, buttercup squash soup to shrimp pasta and pineapple bowl. You can mix and match them and there are literally hundreds of variations. This way, you will never get bored of eating the same type of food.
Give this book a try. Mediterranean cooking can be painless, even for your lazy ass.
Is companion planting really a ‘magic formula’ for abundant harvests and pest free crops? I believe it is, but there is so much more to the magic of organic vegetable gardening than simply knowing which plants enjoy each other’s company.
This book is for gardeners who are prepared to go deeper than the simplistic ‘carrots love tomatoes’ advice spruiked in other companion planting books. Instead you’ll learn how soil enrichment, compost, mulching and organic pest control methods all work together to create a diverse, complex natural system that yields far more than traditional gardening methods.
Written in an easily accessible and conversational style, this book delivers the nitty-gritty on all aspects of organic vegetable gardening and will soon have even the most novice of gardeners enjoying a bumper harvest. Best of all, the methods outlined in this book require a minimum of digging, hoeing and other such hard work and leaves lots of time for a nice cup of tea.
In The lazy project manager, Peter Taylor illustrates how we can achieve more without expending more time and energy. Welcome to the home of ‘productive laziness’ and a more focused approach to project management.
Here, we are able to exercise our efforts where they really matter instead of rushing round involving ourselves in unimportant, non-critical activities that others can better address, or indeed that may not need addressing at all!
It’s all about working smarter and Peter Taylor gives his trade secrets away in a lively and entertaining way.
This is not a training manual. You won’t turn into a project manager by reading this book. But Peter, acting as ‘virtual coach’ will help you to identify and focus on the activities in your projects, do them well and enjoy the world of ‘productive laziness’.