My scribbles represent my worldview and attitude toward individual matters. I review books, relate them to other interesting resources, rant on annoyances of everyday life, and revisit moments significant to my personal development. And You are invited to read them, taking whatever useful you find in them. Reactions or points of discussion are also welcome; feel free to get in touch via e-mail [email protected] or any of the contact details shown in the page footer!
Three stories capturing three different reactions to personal fame in reflection on Hank Green's book An Absolutely Remarkable Thing. Is fame what anyone in the world should want?
On Procrastination, Revisited
Is procrastination really a thing? Let's think about it from a different perspective than we did last time.
A short one. With a more sanguine tone, for a change.
Self-help books have become a genre and like every genre, they have good and bad books. More like 'okay' and 'no shit, Sherlock' books, in this case. What are my picks?
Oops. 23. And alive.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a book by Steven Chobsky. Charlie and I have a lot in common. It is also a movie with Emma Watson, which does not do it justice.