Have you ever read a book that took your breath away? Last week I read When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi. Paul was 36 years old, working as a neurosurgeon, when he was diagnosed with lung cancer. His doctor, refusing to give him a length of time he had left, instead encouraged him to find what mattered most to him and focus on that. What came from this, as he transitioned from doctor to patient, was this captivating memoir that he never finished, it was published after he passed...
For as long as I can remember I have loved to read. When I was younger, I was always found with a book between my hands. The last few years I haven't read as much as I would have liked but I'm slowly starting to read regularly again.
My first read for the summer was Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan. I'd seen the preview for the movie and thought it looked good that I decided to read the book first. It was so highly entertaining that I literally read the book in less than two days (which is crazy with a baby). But did you know...
I'm a twenty-something mama who honestly has no clue what I want to do in life at the moment. For the longest time that scared me but now I embracing it and documenting it here.