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10 Reasons that will Encourage you to Read (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Pradeep Shrivastava

Founder & Owner of: Pradeep Shrivastava

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Blogging, Books, Entertainment, Family & Life, Successful Living Writer and Writing Writer


Reading has many benefits; here are 10 reasons which should encourage you to read.

1. Vocabulary: When you read an article or a book you may come across a new word(s) or a different usage of a word you are already familiar with.

2. Creativity: Unlike a TV serial or a movie, reading will make you think.

3. Pleasure: A good book or article is as enjoyable as a game of baseball.

4. History: Other than history books we can also learn historical facts by reading biography/autobiography or by reading books or novels set in a particular period or era.

5. News and Information: Magazines and newspapers not only keep us updated about the current events but about family, living, food, trends, etc.

6. Empathy: This is especially true for readers of literary fiction. The reason being, the incompleteness of the characters turn readers into writers.

7. Reduces stress: A good entertaining novel can also reduce a lot of stress.

8. Fighting Alzheimer’s: A study showed that elderly people who regularly read or play mentally challenging games are 2 ½ times less likely to have the debilitating illness.

9. Life goals: Reading about someone who overcame obstacles may motivate you to meet your own goals.

10. Reading can save your cash: Reading is always cheaper than splurging your money at a pub or watching a movie at a cinema hall.


Article Credits: Pradeep Shrivastava

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The Fear of Heights (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Hira N.

Founder & Owner of: The Loudest Thoughts

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Successful Living Writer


Hi guys, today I’m gonna talk about something I have feared ever since I was a little kid and still fear to this day, and its heights.

I don’t know why but heights just happen to suck the life out me. Every time I’m somewhere high I start to freak out and panic like a total idiot. But it’s not just about being in a high place that freaks the shit out of me, no every fucking time I see a large and incredibly tall building my heart starts to race at a thousand miles per hour and my hands start to shake and I feel like a complete loser (which I am).  And sometimes it can be really embarrassing, for example, once I was with some friends and we decided to get my friends, little sister, a toy, but the problem (for me, everyone else was fine) was that the toy shop was on the top floor, and there was no fucking elevator. I mean what type of a sick person places a fucking toy shop on like the 100th floor, I mean think of the kid)s who can’t climb up the fucking largest staircase ever.
Another example is when I went to London with my family we went to the London Eye and it was great for me until I found out we had to actually go inside a large round box thingy made completely out of glass and it just happened to rotate around a fucking wheel, and don’t get me wrong that thing was so high I swear I could see the Eiffel Tower from up there. Now I couldn’t back put off going in it as we had already bought the tickets so I prayed to God to help me survive and stepped in the box thingy, now I saw everyone around me walking in the glass box and taking pictures of the view while I sat there with my sweaty hands and racing heart beat next to an old Chinese lady who after five minutes also got up and walked around, and everyone was just staring at me like I was paralyzed or something (although I did act like it so…)
Alright guys I think this enough for now, I hope you enjoyed these embarrassing stories, and I hope they made you feel less like an idiot, cause let’s be honest no one’s as stupid and clumsy as me (yeah I’ll just go and cry in a corner alone now) bye guys and hope you enjoyed. -H

Article Credits: Hira N.

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7 Benefits of Dating a Woman who Reads (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Pradeep Shrivastava

Founder & Owner of: Pradeep Shrivastava

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Blogging, Books, Entertainment, Family & Life, Successful Living Writer and Writing Writer


There are a lot many benefits, but in this post, I’ll just stop myself at seven.

1. Good listener: If she can read a book for hour’s all together, she would be more than interested to patiently listen to you.

2. Buying gifts for her is easy: Obviously, she would love a book; all you need to know is her favorite genre or author.

3. Good memory: This means she would remember all the important dates, including your mom’s birthday.

4. Curious: Anyone who enjoys reading is always interested in knowing or learning about something new.

5. Teach you things: Since she is well read, she obviously knows a thing or two that you don’t.

6. Fine spending time alone: All a reader needs is a good book and a nice and quiet place to read it.

7. She will encourage you to read: Which will not only increase your knowledge but is always better than watching some meaningless chick-flick together.


Article Credits: Pradeep Shrivastava

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Misinformation (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Elle Fiedacan

Founder & Owner of: jOURney

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life and Successful Living Writer


It was a long time ago when people looked for Public Libraries and not Computer Shops to search on what they want to know in this world especially students who are now being modernized by the developments of our technologies. When students have assignments to do, they have to go to their school libraries to search for the answers but now they can wait till night and go to computer shops and once they were fitted in just one click they can search from the Google the answers to it. Lucky are those who have their own computers and laptops at home or at least cell phones which can work on data or WiFi, no need to walk from home because they can get what they need.

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The Beckoning Darkness (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Logan Walker

Founder & Owner of: A Writer’s Ambition

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, and Stories Writer


The bag tightened around my entire body as I was lowered into the icy water. I sank slowly towards the darkness below, too cold to flail or resist its menacing pull. The handcuffs, which were tightly attached to my pale hands, were the only remnants of the outside world I had left. I took a deep breath and forced myself to relax, but I knew I never would. Continue reading The Beckoning Darkness (1 min read)

Restoration (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Rose Wolfe

Founder & Owner of: The Repurposed Life

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer


Even though muscular dystrophy attempts to lay claim to my life, I have found a few ways to come out from the shadow of my disease.  One of my pleasures (and therapies) is painting.  This creative form affords me the freedom to live beyond the limits of my physical world and to express feelings that expand beyond the limits that words impose.  The more I paint, the more I feel compelled to paint.  It is addictive and healthy.   As I work to bring an oil painting to completion, I am restoring little pieces of me.

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Work On You (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Myla Pettiford

Founder & Owner of: Amiableempath

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Getting out of a situation with someone will leave you with a lot of free time that you forgot that you even had. Now that you  finally have all this time on your hands what do you do with it? Continue reading Work On You (2 min read)

Turnt Down (2 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Angi Abercrombie

Founder & Owner of: Abercrombie & Fitness

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I have a newly spry and happy go lucky 14-year-old daughter. She is in full-blown teenager mode and I find myself in the thick of this obscure awkward phase of our relationship. Parenting along side of the teenage GIRL is an odd slippery slope and sometimes a really fun precious place to be.

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Milk and Mrs. Soinso (3 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Angi Abercrombie

Founder & Owner of: Abercrombie & Fitness

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I like MILK a lot. I chug it right from the jug without shame or permission. I can tip a gallon jug like nobody’s business. Me and my Mr. Chicken Fry come from a long line, generations, and generations, of milk drinkers. We pour a glass, we fill up cereal bowls, we stir it into our coffee and mix in some chocolate on occasion. Continue reading Milk and Mrs. Soinso (3 min read)