Who doesn’t love a good book?
I will never run out of book recommendations and I am doing it because I believe in the relaxing effect reading has on people.
Sit done, get a nice cup of tea and enjoy a book that you read about on my blog or found it somewhere else.
Here is what’s on my Recommended Reading List for the next couple of weeks.
Revenge wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
I don’t think it was as good as The Devil Wears Prada, but it is a good story. It’s very realistic, very emotional but at the end of the day, welcome to the real world of money, marriage, fashion and some serious business. Give it a read to know what happened with Andrea & everyone else!
Stoicism and the Art of Happiness by Donald Robertson
This is a very hard book, full of information from the Greek history about how they lived and taught about happiness and acceptance. Read it if you want, but I think Susan Jeffers’ book I wrote about will teach you more about happiness.
Parrots by Alexandra Shulman
It’s a one of a kind reality show with average people living average lives and realising how much they need a change. The book is written by Ex Editor-in-chief of Vogue UK and I have to admit I love a book I can’t relate to but enjoy and imagine what I do if something like this happened to me. Give it a read, it’s great.
In Vogue by Alexandra Shulman
After 25 years of being the head of Vogue, here is a diary from the 100th Year of Vogue UK by Alexandra Shulman who was there, did it and honestly talks about what happened behind the scenes to celebrate the magazine. It is quite boring sometimes, but interesting to see that whatever you, you live an average life.
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks
I love psychology books, however it is different. This is a collection of stories from people with the strangest psychological and mental issues with an explanations (from a doctor who can speak “average” language so everyone can understand what he is talking about). Sometimes scary, sometimes funny, but very enjoyable and interesting.
This is going to hurt by Adam Kay
The funniest book I have ever read about doctors. It’s sad, funny, honest and you will probably cry during reading it, but after reading it you will have all the sympathy for all those amazing people who decide to become doctors.