Review: Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking

Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking: 101 Entirely Plant-based, Mostly Gluten-Free, Easy and Delicious Recipes by Dana Shultz My rating: ★★★★★ When we visited friends in Scotland in April, they introduced me to a vegan cookbook called Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking: 101 Entirely Plant-based, Mostly Gluten-Free, Easy and Delicious Recipes. Because I am me, and have difficulty... Continue Reading →

Beyond step counts with Exist

I've tracked data on my daily life since I was seven years old, fiddling with the tiny gold-tone lock on my first daily diary. Later, when I discovered the "quantified self" movement, some larger lock in my brain would release: I didn't only want data, I wanted meaning. I've been searching for this meaning by... Continue Reading →

Review: Eleanor and Park

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell My rating: 5 of 5 stars I'm a tough sell when it comes to YA books. Most of them are too obvious for me to enjoy, either as dystopian hellholes or glossy music videos. But when a friend recommended "Eleanor and Park" to me, I was ready for either... Continue Reading →

Turning Pro – Day 7

This is the seventh day in a series of posts for Desk’s digital book-club pick, “Turning Pro: Tap Your Inner Power and Create Your Life’s Work” by Steven Pressfield (Open Library). The series begins here. Today I read from "My Own Moment of Turning Pro" to "The Professional Lives in the Present”. I don’t have much to say about this part of... Continue Reading →

Turning Pro – Day 6

This is the sixth day in a series of posts for Desk’s digital book-club pick, “Turning Pro: Tap Your Inner Power and Create Your Life’s Work” by Steven Pressfield (Open Library). The series begins here. Today I read from “The Amateur will be Ready Tomorrow” to “Rosanne Cash's Dream” on my lunch break at work. And then I uncapped my... Continue Reading →

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