Each year I try to figure out a few books I want to prioritise. This year though, I’m hoping to have a little extra free time on my hands, and there were so many books I didn’t get to last year, so my list is a little bigger. Here are 13 of the books I
Beta: Quiet Girls Can Run the World is an inspiring book, about the difference between Alpha and Beta women in the workplace. It includes interviews, anecdotes and practical advice to help you succeed no matter where you land on the spectrum. Rebecca includes a lot of her own career in this book, from starting out,
To Siri With Love takes you into the lives of Judith and her family, including her young son Gus who has autism. It was a real eye-opener for me. Although I understand the basic elements of how life would be very different with an autistic child, this gave deeper insight into the levels of that.
In 2017, I turned 25. I have so many things I wish to achieve and do so soon, so when I saw a few 30 before 30 videos on YouTube, I thought I’d make my own list. In January 2018, I’ll leave full time employment to be at least semi self employed. With that will
Everybody Hurts is your classic opposite side of the tracks story, with a bunch of twists. She goes to private school, he public, but they meet in the hospital cafetaria by chance and hit it off. With a few hurdles, they start dating. Then a real relationship grows. She’s ill, but it’s not the focus
The Enormous Crocodile Company is a novelty bike rental shop slash ice cream parlour. You can rent a multi seat bike, and ride along the waterfront, then get a scoop or a shake. On the day we went, it was raining, so we decide against getting a bike, but we got these epic shakes. I
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child is a play that follows on from the book series, right after the epilogue, 19 years after the final chapter. It centres around both Harry and his friends, and the next generation. The Wizarding World is mostly at peace, but there are murmurings, and things going missing. As always