I have a university friend of mine, that always comes to me for industry and “grown-up people” advice. I cannot tell you how honored and happy that makes me. It also generally makes me want to be a better person, so that next time she comes up to me, I can share all of the new insights I’ve learned with her.
We were recently talking about books. I love books, buying books, stacking books and home, but also recommending them to others. So she knew I was the right person to ask. I immediately started compiling a list for her, but it started getting quite long. And because I have had others ask me about books too, I thought it might be a good idea to make a blog post about it. I will be dividing my list into 3 different blog posts (sorted alphabetically!). So look out, because here are the books that shaped me into the adult I am today!
If you like the books, or want to know more about the author/book, please feel free to check out their websites and LinkedIn profiles (many of them constantly share on social media), because they are very active there and there is always something you could learn from them.
Continue reading “929 pages of experience”
I stumbled upon “Nice girls (still) don’t get the corner office” while I was shopping for a book-present for my boyfriend. I found it in the hidden and dusty back of a shelve, where it remained unloved and was silently waiting for me to find it.
Continue reading ““Nice Girls (Still) Don’t Get the Corner Office: 101 Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their Careers” by Lois P. Frankel, PhD”
Мисля, че всеки българин извън родината има нужда да прочете това чудо неземно, българско!
Не си спомням кога за последно една книга ме е разревавала толкова много, на всяка страница, и всяка страница все повече – ама то и не е едно такова тъжно плачене, а малко засрамено от себе си, от това че сме я забравили, ама знаем, че тя винаги е там за нас и винаги ни чака с отворени обятия.
Continue reading ““Стопанката на господ” от Розмари Де Мео”
The first time I came across this book, was during my Erasmus year, back in 2013, when I was studying at Yeditepe University in Istanbul.
Continue reading “Six Walks in the Fictional Woods by Umberto Eco”
I am a firm believer in karma and signs and that generally, the universe has a plan for you; so when I stumbled upon this little pink book, I knew it was destiny.
Continue reading “Little Black Book by Otegha Uwagba”