Note: The author, Ayesha Ratnayake, kindly sent me a digital version of her book in exchange for my honest review. A huge thank you to the author for letting me be a part of it. Name: Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love Author: Ayesha Ratnayake Genre/s: Self-help Today, I am… Continue reading [ARC] Book Review #22: ‘Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love’
Oh, hello there! Remember my Monthly Favourites and Gratitude Log series? Yeah. Why not start a new one, where I can combine the two and spare you of the boring details? So, here I am, with a recap of all of April before we start a brand new chapter! I really cannot believe May is… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up #1: April 2022
Note: Thanks to the author, Jazalyn, for providing me with a copy of vViIrRuUsS: I Never Forget, in exchange for an honest review. Title: vViIrRuUsS: I Never ForgetAuthor: JazalynGenre/s: Science Fiction/Techno-thriller Book in One Sentence vViIrRuUsS: I Never Forget by Jazalyn has been described as a “post-apocalyptic techno-thriller,” talking about 3 viruses, each having their respective aims — causing… Continue reading Book Review #21: ‘vViIrRuUsS: I Never Forget’
Sometime in 2019, I decided to dismount my pedestal and give audiobooks a try. To be frank, it was one of the best decisions in my life and I have not looked back since. Do not get me wrong, I still love reading and I do both every now and then, with a preference to… Continue reading What did I Learn After Speed Listening for 3 Years?
11 years ago, I came across the concept of a bucket list. Like any other teenager, I immediately formulated mine, with the hopes to strike off the items someday. Over the years, I have been doing the easier stuff like, ‘get my driver’s licence’ or ‘go on a trip with friends.’ However, last week, I… Continue reading I Did Something From My Bucket List!
Having hobbies seems to be an obvious thing. We all love something that we like to do during our free time. However, it needs to be said, since we are a busy generation these days. Hobbies help us relax and unwind. So, here are some of the reasons why having a hobby might be beneficial… Continue reading 6 Reasons Why You Should Have Hobbies
A passion project is a side project that combines your passion for a topic with your expertise. The project should be inspired by something greater than yourself, such as a deeper meaning or a desire to make a difference in the world. In addition, your passion project should have a real-world result. It could be… Continue reading 3 Reasons Why You Should Start a Passion Project
Indecisiveness is a major problem, and if we have mental clarity, we will have a clearer focus and can make better decisions. Having mental clarity helps us see the world as it is, not as we would like others to see it. It helps us appreciate the little things in life. It also helps us… Continue reading In Search for Mental Clarity
Note: Thanks to Netgalley, Lucy Foley and HarperCollins UK, for providing me with a copy of The Paris Apartment , in exchange for an honest review. [SPOILER ALERT] TW: Sexual content, Murder, Trafficking, Death, Homophobia, Suicide Title: The Paris ApartmentAuthor: Lucy FoleyGenre: Mystery Thriller Book in One Sentence The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley, narrates the ordeal of Jess,… Continue reading [ARC] Book Review #20: ‘The Paris Apartment’
Last year, I read Austin Kleon’s Show Your Work. It is, by far, one of the best non-fiction books I’ve had read. As a creative person, it spoke to me in great volumes and solidified my beliefs that showing your work to the world opens up a lot of opportunities — big and/or small. In today’s… Continue reading Why Should You Show Your Work?