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What I Read This Month

January 2019. New Year, More Books Own The Day, Own Your Life – Aubrey Marcus I saw this book a lot last year, it was on an end-cap in the wellness section at my beloved Indigo. I new of Aubrey

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What I Read This Year

Really meaning what I think you should read next year. No clue how to format this, it’s the first one. First and Foremost, what I’ve been waiting to say for months: The Athletic Stack. Brave Athlete, 4 Hour Body, &

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What I Read This Month

December 2018 Waiting To Derail – Thomas O’Keefe with Joe Destreich This is a book about how Ryan Adams is an unbearable dick 70% of the time. And a genius like 5% of the time. While the remainder he’s just

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What I Read This Month

Technically last month, I almost forgot to do this post. November 2018 just… depression. Lost Connections – Johann Hari Uncovering the real causes of depression and the unexpected solutions I’ve written about this book already because it’s so spot on.

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“Overweight is overlooked, and that’s how I need to be.”

I’m reading Lost Connections (subtitle: Uncovering the real causes of depression and the unexpected solutions) and above is a quote from an obese woman who, like most in the experimental group she was in, lost a lot of weight quickly

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What I Read This Month

October 2018: An athletic book that made me understand music better and a music book that made me want to understand the Black Panthers better. Plus Scooby Doo. The Brave Athlete Calm The Fuck Down And Rise To The Occasion

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Definable You

Another thing I picked up from the book The Brave Athlete is the notion of the Definable You. Meaning your stats, what’s objectively true. Your height and weight, your age – all totally objective things. So is the numbers of

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