Why We Sleep – Matthew Walker

Greetings from Rui’an, China This week, I don’t have any fiction recommendation, but I’ve got a really interesting healthwise read – Why We Sleep – Matthew Walker. If you don’t have a Scribd account you can register through the link I provided and you’d get two months subscription for free and you could listen to an audio version of this book. In case you don’t have time to listen to a 14 hour audiobook, you

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What to Read Next?

Greeting from Rui’an, China, So, I’ve finally finished reading Killing Commentatore by Haruki Murakami. It took me almost 4 weeks, but it was worthy. I still didn’t love this novel as much as the Norwegian Wood but it was a worthwhile journey.  Every time I finish a novel as long as this one, I have difficulties in picking up the next book. I’ve been living in this world for too long and I kind of feel

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Write or Do Nothing – a Recipe for Writing by Neil Gaiman

If you follow my work you know that I’m someone who collects writing advice and reads a lot of books on writing and productivity, but finding a truly revolutionary advice, the one that can shift your view in 180 degrees comes as often as Halley’s comet; some see it once in their life, some see it twice, and the unfortunate ones never see it. Yes, I’ve learned a lot from various sources but I‘ve often

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