Since I have been so busy during the fall and winter I only read a few books. If you have any book/podcast recommendations for my spring reading list share them in the comments section.
My Fall/Winter Reading List:
- Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly
- Holding Fast to Dreams: Empowering Youth from the Civil Rights Crusade to STEM Achievement by Freeman Hrabowski III
- Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science and the World by Rachel Swaby
- Zika: The Emerging Epidemic by Donald G. McNeil
- The Craft of Research by Wayne Booth
What books are you reading? Comment below.
Since summer is officially here and I haven’t shared my spring reading list I decided to combine my spring/summer list. I will update this list if I find a good book to share with you. If you have any books you want to recommend share them in the comments section.
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Even though winter is over the weather is all over the place. Sometimes snow, sometimes rain and other times sunshine. Since I took a blogging hiatus I have a few posts that I would like to share with you and the first post is my winter reading list.
Looking back I’m thankful for this winter because it was quite relaxing. I was forced to stay inside due to the huge snowstorm, named Jonas and relax for a bit. Plus I had time to update myIDP tool, try some new recipes, hang out with my family and read some good books.
If you have any suggestions for my upcoming seasonal reading lists share your recommendations in the comments section.
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This fall I wanted to share books that can appeal to a variety of readers. I hope you find something you like. If you have any book recommendations let me know in the comments section. I will be happy to add your recommendations to my winter reading list.
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Now that summer is coming to an end and many people are back from vacation I decided this was a good time for me to share what I’ve been reading this summer. I had so many books in mind and it was hard to narrow down. If you checked out my spring reading list you will notice I picked a lot of books about careers and this summer I picked up some more.
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Now that spring is here its time to share my spring reading list. Since spring is a time to refresh yourself I decided to read books focusing on being successful. If you are feeling drained or unmotivated after this long winter, reading these types of books will help you get back on track. Here’s to getting motivated!
My Spring Reading List:
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I hope you all are staying motivated and warm this winter. This Polar Vortex is insane. I like to keep my mind off the cold with a good book and some tea. This winter I want to read books that will motivate me and are career-focused.
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Fall is here and it’s time for me to share my Fall Reading List. This past summer I have been reading inspirational books and this fall I decided to check out some career and professional focused books. For more career resources check out the myIDP tool.
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It’s that time again. Time for me to share my summer reading list with you. Now, that summer is here I want to read books that are inspiring and make me want to change the world. Don’t we all want to change the world and make an impact? What kind of books do you like to read in the summer?
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Last year I shared my winter reading list for this blog. Reading is a relaxing hobby to me and now it is time for me to share my spring reading list with you.
Since I have been busy networking, studying, and taking trips reading is something I like to do so I can take my mind of reading so much technical information. For the most part I have been enjoying Malcolm Gladwell’s books. I read Outliers and I had to pick up the rest of his books from my local library! Continue reading “My Spring Reading List”