Reading

Antifragile ~ Nassim Taleb

How to love the wind Wind extinguishes a candle and energizes fire Likewise with randomness, uncertainty, chaos: you want to use them, not hide from them. You want to be the fire and wish for the wind I first picked… Read More ›

Euphoria ~ Lily King

I came to this book by way of Margaret Mead. As a young (delusional) wannabe Anthropology major, I was captivated by the rather colorful women (Goodall being another) in a field that, in the early 20th century, was dominated by… Read More ›

How to Be a Woman ~ Caitlin Moran

Feel-good Feminism. That’s right. Caitlin Moran’s collection of essays touches on all the major tropes of feminism–personal freedom, legal and economic equity, sexuality, consent, and more, but it does so without a club or complaint and definitely without apologies! Rather,… Read More ›