What I’m Reading

What I’m Reading: Anxiety For Beginners

In my usual pre-flight mad dash through the airport, I did a sweep of WH Smith for my standard holiday pile of magazines (I find reading fashion magazines like Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar so relaxing on holiday! I don’t really know why, though? ūü§Ē) and […]

What I’m Reading: Reverse The Signs of Ageing

Written by Dr Nigma Talib, a naturopathic doctor based in London and New York, Reverse The Signs of Ageing¬†is absolutely PACKED with information. So much so, I decided to slow down to make sure I was really absorbing all of the information. It’s so important […]

What I’m Reading: 10% Happier

Everyone seems to be talking about mindfulness these days. ¬†A few months ago, I was wandering around Indigo, a fabulous chain of bookstores in Toronto and decided I wanted to read something about mindfulness and meditation, to learn a bit more. I didn’t fancy a […]

What I’m Reading: Year of Yes

If you haven’t already, add Year of Yes to your Christmas list. I ripped through this book in two evenings, stopping only for sleep, childcare, cooking and studying. Before I go on, I have to say that I am a HUGE fan of Shonda Rhimes. […]

What I’m Reading: Better Than Before

Photo by¬†Charles Yeager I love self-improvement books. There, I admit it. I’m a relentless self-improver and love finding out about new (to me) life hacks, cooking & nutrition tips and general health & wellbeing advice. I had read two of Gretchen Rubin’s books on trying […]

What I’m reading: Overwhelmed

  My summer of reading continues, with the excellent Overwhelmed by Brigid Schulte. Chock-full of information, research and case studies about gender roles at work, home, love and play, this book, predominantly aimed at women, dissects why so many of us feel so overwhelmed and […]

What I’m reading: Unprocessed

  It’s so nice to get back into the swing of reading. I just finished reading¬†Unprocessed by Megan Kimble and found it utterly inspiring. The book is half-memoir, half fact-finding mission, which made it a very compelling read. The book is divided into twelve chapters, […]