Happy Midsummer everyone!
In Sweden, we’ve just celebrated Midsummer, the lightest day of the year, and an important celebration for many people.
This is my reading list for this summer:
Death by Blackhole; And Other Cosmic Quanderies – Neil deGrasse Tyson
Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of my favorite thinkers and science communicators. If you haven’t watched Cosmos, stop reading and go there now!! 🙂 Listened to a conversation he had on Impact Theory and Neil recommended this one himself.
Non Violent Communication – Marshall B. Rosenberg
Since I started working in a mental health hotline, I’ve gotten lots of training in conversations, motivational interviewing and I’ve decided to keep expanding on topics of communications.
The Four Agreements: A practical guide to personal freedom – Don Miguel Ruiz
I’m re-reading this. It’s a short book centered around four principles, agreements, based on Toltec wisdom. It was a short read and I really enjoyed it – so will read it again 🙂
Leonardo daVinci – Walter Isaacson
I really liked Isaacson’s book about Steve Jobs, and I can’t wait to dive into daVinci’s fascinating mind and life.
So you want to talk about race – Iljeoa Oluo
The discussions on race and reparations have always interested me, but I’m not very educated. With #blacklivesmatter I’m also educating myself more.