Adding Vibrancy to Prosaicness — 2021 Reading List

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2021 has gone in a swift. Another year into the pandemic, many of us feel that life is becoming prosaic. There are many ways to bring back the vibrancy, and one such is good books. Continuing with my three-year tradition, publishing the list of books that I thoroughly enjoyed and found genuinely impactful.

  1. Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker — Sleep is one of the most essential yet most underappreciated aspects of human wellness. This book goes behind the science and enormous benefits of a good night’s sleep. Most of us have a busy life and take sleep for granted, and hopefully, this book should change that perspective.

The next set of books in my queue are Numbers Don’t Lie, Upheaval, and How Not to Be Wrong — looking forward to a more curious 2022.

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