Self-help, Sociology

A feminist manifesto – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is my favorite feminist figure. She started being a feminist before even knowing what feminism was and that makes her genuine and authentic. “Dear Ijeawele” or “A feminist manifesto in fifteen suggestions” is a small book that everyone should read wherever, whenever and whoever they are. She wrote it as a letter… Continue reading A feminist manifesto – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie


The Origins of Creativity

I’ve always seen creativity as the most valuable trait that humans possess. Unfortunately, biases led to a widening schism between sciences and humanities, which is also quite limiting when we subconsciously categorize humans and put labels on their personalities – more into sciences can’t get mixed with more into creative things. In “The Origins of… Continue reading The Origins of Creativity

Psychology, Science

When the body says no

There are many things – small details or obvious mistakes – that we completely ignore and might have something to say about our illnesses, or even play a decisive role in the onset of certain diseases. In his book, “When the body says no”, Gabor Maté explains the critical role that one certain element plays… Continue reading When the body says no