Time Off

Time Off

My best friend gave me Time Off: A Practical Guide to Building Your Rest Ethic and Finding Success Without the Stress by John Fitch and…

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Political Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction

Political Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction

It seemed a fitting way to spend the long, nail-biting evenings between the US election and the US election result to read ‘Political Philosophy: A…

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Queenie

Queenie

Queenie is the brilliant debut novel by Candice Carty-Williams about a young, black woman in south London dealing with work, friends and sex, whilst battling against unrelenting…

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Rodham

Rodham

I have been following the careers of the Clintons since the mid 1990s (see my blogs on What Happened, Hard Choices and Reading Politics), so when I heard about the…

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Possessed

Possessed

If there is one thing that the happiness literature tells you (see my various blogs on happiness), it is that spending money on experiences gives…

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The Person You Mean to Be

The Person You Mean to Be

I recently read The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias by Dolly Chugh, having heard about it on a great Happiness podcast…

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The Wild Silence

The Wild Silence

I bought The Wild Silence by Raynor Winn in a bookshop in Bath in mid-September, having hugely enjoyed Winn’s previous book about homelessness and walking the…

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Where the Crawdads Sing

Where the Crawdads Sing

I finished reading Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens on a weekend in Bath with some friends last weekend and I couldn’t get into the…

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My Sister, The Serial Killer

My Sister, The Serial Killer

I spent a lovely bank holiday in Salcombe last weekend and took the opportunity to read the fabulous ‘My Sister, The Serial Killer‘ by Oyinkan…

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August escapism

August escapism

I heard Marian Keyes talking about her new book Grown Ups on one of my favourite podcasts and she was so fantastic that I put…

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