Theres more to life then music… Like books! I’m not really a fiction reader, I prefer non-fiction as you’ll notice. Anyway here are the 5 books I enjoyed the most or had the biggest impact on my life this year:
Siim Land – Metabolic Autophagy
I’ve been doing Intermittent Fasting for a couple of years now, on and off though. But this book was quite the eye opener and I really loved the monthly schedule in it. A schedule that combined food types, fasting schedules and exercise routines. I’ve been following the regimen for over half a year now, on and off though, like now during the Holidays it’s quite off 😄
If you are an avid follower of the Mens Sana, Corpore Sano motto, this is for you!
Qing-Li – Shinrin-Yoku
Aaaah the forest, nature’s cathedral of excellence! I love walking in the forest, it recharges my batteries and it gives me a peace of mind. This book touches on that. Beautiful book by the way. If you enjoy the forest, you’ll love this book!
Talon – Fall Division
Esoteric nihilism that’s almost gnostic in nature. This book really resonated with me, will definitely read it again. If you are into the occult shit and, like me, have a hard time living in the mainstream culture you’ll really “enjoy” this!
Ryder Carroll – Bullett Journal Method
I had heard about bullet journaling in the past on several podcasts. When I googled it I saw women making pretty pictures in notebooks like they were children and I thought it was a silly practice and pretty f g**.
But I’ve read the book, tried it and I have to say it’s been very therapeutic. I’m a pessimist by nature and since you can make your “bujo” whatever you want I’ve incorporated a gratitude practice in it and it made me see the good in life and appreciate it more. Anyway the official Bullet Journal site says “mindfulness practice disguised as a productivity tool” and there’s a lot of truth to that. If you are, like me, becoming a grumpy old man I highly recommend this.
Phil Morse – Rock the dancefloor
I don’t consider myself a DJ since I don’t play music with Disks… I’m a digital man and I cheat with the sync button (yes blasphemy )! But this was a very decent book… Good tips’n’tricks and an easy read, highly recommended.