Recently, I have been thinking a lot about my relationship with the Internet, and the history of my blog and the kind of content I write here.
It is always a little weird to think about how much the musings of people from ancient Rome are still applicable today
There was a time not so long ago when I would have deeply related to this book.
This book was gloriously pretentious, and I loved it.
By far my favorite part of January is the opportunity it provides to wax poetic about my favorite books of the year. I read so many great books in 2022, and I cannot wait to talk about the best books from this year that I want to recommend for you to read.
We’ve all had an existential crisis at least once in our lives.
Today’s post is on a bit of a spicy topic: atheist book recommendations. It goes without saying that regardless of your religious views, I would recommend these books to you (you don’t have to be an atheist to appreciate them– and maybe some of them will change your view).
A few of the many quotable quotes that I use to shape my life philosophy.
If you had approached me even one year ago and told me that I would go vegan, I would never have believed you.
There’s a lot to unpack in this book.
I spend a lot of time thinking about death.
Does anyone remember that time when the government put us on semi house arrest for like a year because of a disease? And it sucked?
Albert Camus’s The Stranger may be a short novel, but it definitely packs a punch. An existential-dread-inducing punch but nevertheless a comforting one. It’ll make more sense when I explain that.
So, the narrator of this book is utterly unhinged.