I bought Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology last year at YALC, and as part of my challenge to read all of the books I bought last year before the event (which I have done now, reviews to come), I read this book. Synopsis In Norse Mythology, Gaiman fashions primeval stories into a novelistic arc that begins with … Continue reading Norse Mythology Review
I got this book for free of NetGalley in return for an honest review. We've all seen the plethora of books that inspire young children to follow their dreams and do what they want to regardless of gender stereotypes. This book is one for teenagers that feature actual teenagers doing important things in their community, … Continue reading You Can Change The World Review
As I continue my research into minimalism, I decided to read another one of the minimalist's books, this one is a how to, where as the first one (read the review here) is a why to. Synopsis Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life is our finest, most important creation to date. It’s also the best thing we’ve … Continue reading Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life Review
As some of you may have noticed, in the past few years many people have become more interested in minimalism. And as much as it makes me look like a trend follower, I am too. After reading Goodbye Things by Fumio Sasaki, I wanted to read more books on the subject. Having found the Minimalists' podcast, I wanted to read one of there books, so here I am, reviewing Everything That Remains.
As someone who studies philosophy, this book is hardly a surprising choice. I picked up this book hoping to learn more philosophy to see what I might find intriguing and what I might want to study at university next year.
I review Symbols by Joseph Piercy
It is my aim this year to become more minimalist and zero waste. Through the many introduction guides that I have seen, the first step is always to educate yourself. Many people have recommended this book by Marie Kondo, so I thought that I would read it.