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We’re Infinite Ideas, an independent, innovative and friendly publisher based in Oxford. We have created thousands of ideas that make a real difference to people’s lives. Our ideas are available as printed books, ebooks and apps and many are also available free on this site.

We specialize in down-to-earth content in all areas of self improvement, from fitness to stress-relief, relationships to career development. To find out more about what we publish click on 'Our content'. If you'd like some inspiring content to enhance your business, find out how we can help by clicking on 'WordGen' under About us.

On this page you'll find our free ebook of the month, along with our blog. We regularly update our blog with thought-provoking ideas and would love to hear what you think.

So read on and enjoy!

Latest news

Feminism suffers a setback in Japan

20 October 2014 by in Business, Current affairs, Lifestyle

We’re all familiar with the British MPs’ expenses scandal, which shocked tax payers, revealing that duck houses were more important uses of our money than improvements to the NHS. Two of Japan’s ministers have stepped down today after it was revealed that they had taken advantage of the claims system. However, this is not merely a blow for the government, but for feminism and women’s rights in Japan. (Read more)

The rising price of football

15 October 2014 by in Business, Current affairs, Latest news, Sport

If you’ve grown up in the UK then you’ll know the passion that we have for our home teams. Football has become the unofficial national sport of this country and fans flock in their thousands to each game, cheering on their teams come rain or shine.

This afternoon, Dan Walker and Sarah Brett will discuss the rising price of football on BBC 5 Live. (Read more)

Re-energise your relationship – by carrying your wife

13 October 2014 by in Current affairs, Lifestyle, Relationships

We at Infinite Ideas are all for feminism but we couldn’t help but be amused at the annual wife-carrying contest in Maine. Turns out, we know quite a bit about wife-carrying and no, we’re not talking about Richard’s weekend activities!

Steve Shipside’s book, Adventure sports highlights the history of this family-friendly sport:

Nordic peoples still clearly look back nostalgically on a time when hats with cow horns were the height of fashion and the gentle art of courtship consisted largely of seizing the object of your desire and hurling her over your shoulder before legging it off back to the longboat. (Read more)