It’s Better than It Looks: Reasons for O by Gregg Easterbrook: I flew thru this and really enjoyed seeing all the science and history that things are, in fact, headed in the right direction. I would recommend this to anyone on either side of the aisle for a more balanced perspective.
Women, Food, and Desire: Embrace Your Cravings, Make Peace with Food and Reclaim Your Body by Alexandra Jamieson: This…was a tough sit. I really enjoyed it and feel like it is peppered with hundreds of little truth bombs. I don’t always want to hear them – but it is really challenging me to reevaluate my relationship with food and drink.
One more note – I read 50 books in 2017 and I’m currently at 25, which is 8 books ‘behind schedule.’ There is some panic there but if it doesn’t happen, it doesn’t happen. It’s a very different year than last year was in our house. No more pressure!
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