First read book of the year!

Soulful Simplicity: How Living with Less Can Lead to So Much More by Courtney Carver This was the perfect read to start 2018! Courtney Carver brings her own simplicity views in a calm and loving way. Actually, the book is all about love. There were chapters that brought tears to my eyes because she writes in such […]

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What have I been reading? — June 2017 Edition

It’s week 22 of 2017 and I looked back to see what I have been reading this year. Clearly I was hooked by the Outlander series because it’s sooo good! But I read a couple of thought-provoking titles too. Here goes my highlighted titles: The “Read” list since January 2017: I Hate the Internet by Jarett […]

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My thoughts about “Dragonfly in Amber” (Outlander #2)

Kindle Edition, Reprint Edition, 754 pages Published October 26th 2004 by Dell (first published July 1st 1992) I read the first book of this series (Outlander) in 2013 and I remember that at the time I have enjoyed many aspects of the story but I’ve thought that the book was longer than it needed to […]

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2016 Reading Challenge: My year in books

Well, my reading goal for 2016 was to read 45 books: an average of 3 per month. As of December 2016, I’ve made it to 49 books!! I track all my readings over on Goodreads and I love that each year you can join the Reading Challenge. At the end of each year you get a […]

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Reading matter(s) of the month: October, 2016

Unsplash by https://unsplash.com/@mvp Okay, time for the wrap-up of the month! It’s week 44 of 2016 and I’ve finished reading 3 non-fiction books. Here goes the list: The “Read” list of September, 2016: The Cozy Life: Rediscover the Joy of the Simple Things Through the Danish Concept of Hygge by Pia Edberg: I saw this […]

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Reading matter(s) of the month: September, 2016

Last month I focused on re-reading the new edition of the productivity classic “Getting Things Done” by David Allen. It’s the method I use since 2012 and recently I decided to implement the system on a new tool: Todoist. So, I felt the need to review the GTD concepts and re-reading the book brought me […]

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