I recently finished reading “How to be a Bawse” by Lilly Singh (which was ah-making, seriously check it out if you haven’t already!). I listened to the Audiobook on Audible, which was read by ||Superwoman|| herself! I don’t care if you are absolutely in love with her YouTube channel or if you have never heardContinue reading “Tip Tuesday: Gratitude and Fulfillment”
Tag Archives: nonfiction
Book Reviews (Part 2)
Reviews of a historical fiction (The Tattooist of Auschwitz) and a non-fiction (Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance). Would recommend both books and very happy with this month’s second set of book reviews!
What’s in my beach bag? Books of course!
Hello wonderful people! I have a summer goal of one book finished per week. This could be an audiobook, ebook, book, whatever, but I want to finish one every week. I often read more than one book at a time, so I am hoping this is an achievable goal, but we will see. The InventionContinue reading “What’s in my beach bag? Books of course!”
The Hidden Figures Did Small Great Things
Within 24-hours I finished listening to the Small Great Things audiobook and reading Hidden Figures. I have strong feelings about both and they are not what I expected to feel in either case. Hidden Figures was slow, it was boring, it was redundant and I do not feel like it carried those women to theContinue reading “The Hidden Figures Did Small Great Things”
Yes Please! A Pseudo-Review
I listened to Amy Poehler’s Yes Please during a car ride in November and this book has stuck with me. I find my mind responding with a hearty “yes please!” (though usually just in my head). What I learned from Amy Poehler is that you never know what is going to happen in five minutes from now,Continue reading “Yes Please! A Pseudo-Review”