Have you ever read a book that you couldn’t forget even after years of reading it? I read Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yen Mah when I was still pursuing my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. It was summer and I was on my way back to my hometown for the holidays. Because I was traveling by... Continue Reading →
Be free, Little Bee: A book review on Little Bee by Chris Cleave
Have you ever thought about the value of a British pound coin? Not its monetary value but what it represents? For me, this never crossed my mind. A coin is a coin and money is money- you trade it for things that you either want or need. However, to Little Bee, the British pound coin... Continue Reading →
Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
Finding a mentor at work is difficult. However, having Lean In in your book shelf is the equivalent of having a mentor that will not only guide you through the political landscape of the workplace but also to inspire you to pursue personal growth. Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead was published... Continue Reading →
Eleanor Oliphant, are you really okay?
You say that you’re okay, but are you truly okay? It has been ages since I last picked a book to read and some time has passed since I wrote a book review. To be honest, I wasn’t even planning to add any more posts to my blog because I have been so busy. However,... Continue Reading →