Reading More in 2021

I have been telling people for the longest time that I read. But in all honesty, the consistency has not been up on par with my schedule. And the laziest option is to opt for a movie instead since I am also a movie buff. But I’m so inspired that I have a few titles I have in mind and I want to make this post as a reminder for myself. Also an in-progress-achievement, sort of. In addition to that I am looking around for books that even high schoolers can digest, mainly for students whom I tutor.

I also do like to read periodicals, magazines and watch informative videos instead because the information is so easily understood. I do think having an audio book does help with the entire reading process and it has helped rekindle my love for reading.

Here I come!

My goal is 20 books, about 3 books per month.

1. Omnivore’s Dilemma – Michael Pollan ⭕️
2. Factfulness – Hans Rosling 📖
3. Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn ❌
4. Coraline – Neil Gaiman ❌
5. Brief History of Mankind – Yuval Noah Harari ❌
6. 21 Skills in the 21st Century – Yuval Noah Harari ❌
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jadelokemunmun

I love being provocative. In person and in art-making! Usually I'm working on the next big creative project and jamming to some jazzy music.

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