The Little Book of Hygge

I was really curious to know more about hygge that I decided to read “The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well” written by Meik Wiking. First of all, what is hygge? It isnìt easy to translate it but one of my favorite definitions is “the art of creating intimacy”. However, youContinue reading “The Little Book of Hygge”

You are as powerful as you allow yourself to be

If you like adventure books this is my recommendation, my favorite book ever. In March of 1977, at the age of 27, Robyn Davidson set off on a journey she had been planning for over two years. She embarked on a 1,700-mile trek across the Australian outback from Alice Springs, heading for the West CoastContinue reading “You are as powerful as you allow yourself to be”

World Book Day

I would like to celebrate the World Book Day sharing a review of one of my favorite readings of 2019: “Ikigai – The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life” authored by Hector García and Francesc Millares. The book touches the various aspects of life which can help us to achieve a long happyContinue reading “World Book Day”

We are Malala

[ENG] This is a story everyone should know. In 2012, Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head at point-blank range on the bus from school, this happened in her hometown Minora (Pakistan) when she was fifteen. Malala miracously recovered but she had to leave the country to survive. What caused this act of violence? InContinue reading “We are Malala”

Change your habits and you will change your life

This quarantine is an opportunity to change your habits and there is a book that can help you to achieve your new goals, it is “Atomic Habits” written by James Clear. Let’s start analyzing the title, what does atomic mean? It is an extremely small amount of thing, the single irreducible unit of a largerContinue reading “Change your habits and you will change your life”

Book therapy

If you want to read something different than a self-help book this can be a good choice. “Educated” is a beautiful memoir written by Tara Westover. She was born in 1986 on a remote mountain in Idaho and she is the seventh child of a Mormon family. Her parents believed in a patchwork of paranoidContinue reading “Book therapy”

Are you living a good life?

I really like self-help guides and considering that a few friends recommended me this book, ‘The subtle art of not giving a f*ck’ written by the American blogger Mark Manson, one month ago I decided to buy it. I was really curious because since it was published in 2016 this book has spent several weeksContinue reading “Are you living a good life?”

Reading in quarantine

In this period of quarantine due to the spread of Covid-19 I would like to take the chance to share one of my greatest passions: reading. I have always loved to read since I was a child and once I grew up I had the opportunity to read books in different languages ( which isContinue reading “Reading in quarantine”

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