Required Reading: April 18
Required Reading is a section on the blog through which I want to share the best articles I’ve discovered on the Internet. Articles that tell inspiring stories of great people, of unknown people, of seemingly ordinary occurrences that can have extra-ordinary repercussion in your life. Articles that will help you improve your life, to live it to the fullest, articles that bestow wisdom and change how you see the world. Basically, stuff that you should be required to read.
Along with articles, I have decided to also include a book suggestion in each iteration. This month’s pick is a thriller by Kanae Minato called "Confessions." The book, which was the author's debut, is a fascinating read and is almost impossible to put down. It tells the story of a teacher and her daughter's murder, from her, and the perspective of various people involved. A captivating read on childhood and growing up and on how the way you are treated or not treated can shape your motives, leading you to do something drastic. A truly fascinating read on human psychology told from a thrilling narrative of a homicide and suicide.
Kate Bowler shares how stage IV cancer taught her to live
30 ways to help make the planet greener
We can't innovate our way out of the impending water scarcity epidemic
5 innovations that can make the fashion industry more sustainable
How to be comfortable with discomfort
The link between an optimistic outlook and health
There is 79,000 tons of plastic in the pacific trash patch
Why being a part-time vegan makes sense
This Shinrin Yoku sounds like something I'd be into
The intimacy of socialising in silence
This beautiful article on spending more time with loved ones