Read: Essays In Love

essays in love

Here is 2/26 of my #MarathonBookClub reading list. I picked this up in an airport bookstore (again!), as I find that is usually the place where I find something that I am meant to read. This book, Essays In Love, by Alain de Botton caught my eye. I’ve read a few of his books already and I always feel like he gives great insight and anaylysis into whatever he writes about.

Linking philosophical ideas and love this time, but blended within a fictional story, makes this quite an easy read. De Botton picks up on the details, the seemingly non-important elements to romance, that are relevant in the overall picture of a relationship. Perspective shift much?

Mental note to self: Pick up more of his books for the future.

Read: The Woman I Wanted To Be

The Woman I Wanted To Be

I spottedĀ The Woman I Wanted To Be by Diane Von Furstenberg it in the airport bookstore as I was about to board my flight back to Manila. I was always of fan of Diane and her work, more so, her messages about being independent.

I was so curious to learn more about her life and career that I felt like this was a great introduction for anyone who wants to learn more about the character of this highly-praised designer.

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