Posts Tagged: Book

Tracks by Robyn Davidson

I picked up Tracks by Robyn Davidson during my trip to Australia last September 2016. Reg and I just finished a wonderful trip in Uluru where we were just killing some time in the town before the plane took us back to

Tracks by Robyn Davidson

I picked up Tracks by Robyn Davidson during my trip to Australia last September 2016. Reg and I just finished a wonderful trip in Uluru where we were just killing some time in the town before the plane took us back to

Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

I finished reading Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan yesterday and I found his first book to be hilarious and entertaining. It is an easy read, the type of book you’ll keep reading until the end. There were a number

Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

I finished reading Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan yesterday and I found his first book to be hilarious and entertaining. It is an easy read, the type of book you’ll keep reading until the end. There were a number

Summer Goals

This summer, I have a couple of goals in mind. 1. FITNESS. By the end of the summer, I should be able to headstand or handstand with grace. Not that I will have summer vacation of any sort, I would

Summer Goals

This summer, I have a couple of goals in mind. 1. FITNESS. By the end of the summer, I should be able to headstand or handstand with grace. Not that I will have summer vacation of any sort, I would

On Luck

There have been numerous discussions about “luck” that have intrigued me indeed. On its formal definition, “luck” is something to be known to be beyond someone’s control. Is it really? I don’t think I can completely cite any study that

On Luck

There have been numerous discussions about “luck” that have intrigued me indeed. On its formal definition, “luck” is something to be known to be beyond someone’s control. Is it really? I don’t think I can completely cite any study that

SuperFreakonomics > Freakonomics

I enjoyed reading SuperFreakonomics and I am very thankful I got the book before Freakonomics, which is somewhat like the first edition. This won’t be an in-depth review of the two books as it will bore me but I will

SuperFreakonomics > Freakonomics

I enjoyed reading SuperFreakonomics and I am very thankful I got the book before Freakonomics, which is somewhat like the first edition. This won’t be an in-depth review of the two books as it will bore me but I will