Digital Minimalism (+ my Facebook story)

I've just finished reading Cal Newport's new book Digital Minimalism and I've really enjoyed it. I felt it more accessible than Deep Work (that I loved but found a bit boring in the beginning) and it provided me so much food for thought. It made me realize I'm on the right path (not quite there… Continue reading Digital Minimalism (+ my Facebook story)

Books I’ve Read In 2018

2018 taught me that's okay to not finish books. If there is one thing I blame the internet for is the concept of racing to read more books. But in the end, why should we read more books? Why should be even counting them? When I was younger, I read when I could, I skipped… Continue reading Books I’ve Read In 2018

My Season of Less

I’ve recently finished reading The Year of Less by Cait Flanders and I think it’s one of those books I will remember for years. It’s a memoir of her year spent doing a self-imposed shopping ban, but it’s much more than that since she also gives you advice and resources to start your own. I’m… Continue reading My Season of Less

On Quitting Bookstagram (For Now)

If you’re a regular reader of the blog, you’d probably remember my attempts to switch to book blogging for some time and then coming back to lifestyle/personal posts because writing book reviews wasn’t actually my thing. However, I still dearly loved books and I wanted to share my passion with the world, so, last August,… Continue reading On Quitting Bookstagram (For Now)

I’m Breaking My Book Buying Ban

Earlier this year, I decided to join a nice challenge called #TheUnreadShelfProject and I even blogged about it because I was very determined to complete it (and I still am). It went very well (you can check my progress here), until last week, when I started loving more and more The Winner’s Curse by Marie… Continue reading I’m Breaking My Book Buying Ban