I’ve been reading just a tad more than usual and I’ve had some fun while at it. I’ve also had some terrible books cross my kindle screen. In this article, I’ll tell you what I’ve read and if it’s worth your time. I am however going to draw a line on just 5 books available in English and one in Polish to avoid boring you … Continue reading The books I’ve read during Lockdown and what I really thought about them
I took my time with getting to Michelle Obama’s book, mainly because I found her husband’s books a little hard to get through. Continue reading Monthly Book Club: ‘Becoming’ by Michelle Obama
Ook, that’s a bit of an overstatement. More like I gathered my favourite recipes, encountered mainly around cafes in East London into one place. I like food, you see. But I don’t like the price tag which comes with eating at trendy, hip places*. So I have now forgone eating at trendy, hip places and instead I am opting for cooking the same delicious foods … Continue reading I wrote a little cookbook. It’s free.
About the book A collection of letters written by Gary C. Halbert from Boron Prison to his son, Bond. The letters are ‘lessons’ to Bond, intended for later revision and publishing. The lessons are on copywriting and direct marketing. The book contains a total of 25 letters, each followed by a brief analysis by Bond Halbert. I came across this title while listening to Tim … Continue reading Monthly Book Club: The Boron Letters by Gary C. Halbert
With the recent emergence of Netflix series, this 2011 book is on top of the reading lists again. I first spoke about it back in 2015 (this video) and frankly, my love for it has only grown since. The book, as the title suggests talks about tidying, but not how most of us know it. Instead of telling us how to buy more containers and … Continue reading Monthly Book Club: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying by Marie Kondo
This book seems pretty in tune with the mess NHS is right now. The greatest service in the country, and yet the most stretched, badly organised and understaffed life-saving medley of people. But this post is not about what went wrong or how to fix it with the National Health Service, this post is about Adam Kay’s ‘This is going to hurt: Secret diaries of … Continue reading Monthly Book Club: ‘This is going to hurt’
Mission Money author reads a lot. In this monthly series, usually coming out on the last weekend of the month, she will share one fiction or non-fiction book interesting enough to talk about. Monthly Book Club issue 1: ‘The $100 Startup / Fire Your Boss, Do What You Love And Work Better To Live More’ by Chris Guillebeau This book promises to be a ‘manual … Continue reading Monthly Book Club: ‘The $100 Startup’