A 97-page re-visionist book translated from Telugu and all about Sita's personal journey of self awareness and actualization owing to different women who help her see the world as it is.
Anxious People is a book that will hook you in right from the first page. It's a hostage drama that will make you laugh, roll your eyes, cry (maybe) but most of all leave you smiling.
The English letter 'f' is actually really off phonetically. And some other languages have gotten it right by having absolutely no letter equivalent for 'f' in their script. Korean is on of them.
The words that we choose to describe ourselves with are powerful. They give us, not just a sense of purpose, but also let us relate with others. They do one more thing.
When employers say, 'We are like a family' it's typically a red flag. They are not saying that out of love and compassion but strategic motivation.
I read the book just for the title. And so should you. Seriously, though, this book is golden. The End of Men by Christina Sweeney - Baird is a four-star read through and through. Before we get into why the book is brilliant, I'd like to point out that it can be distressing too. That's… Continue reading Book Review: The End of Men
K-pop is a wonderland of singers and songwriters that touch my heart, blow my mind, and get me moving. Here are some recommendations.
A book will not come to us until it deems us worthy. As dramatic as that sounds, I have come to realize that it's true. Here's why.
Mental health issues are serious but when some people start using that as an excuse to behave selfish, manipulative, and downright toxic it is a problem. And it needs to be addressed.