Mating in Captivity – Esther Perel on relationships and sexuality

It’s that loving time of the year again 🙂 For anyone who has loved, loves or wants to love… Here is a Valentine’s present! My summary of a great book I read recently, Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel, can be easily replaced by this interview to the author. Esther Perel talks about desire, relationships, marriage, … More Mating in Captivity – Esther Perel on relationships and sexuality

“Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual” by Michael Pollan

Eat food. Mostly plants. And not too much. This is pretty much how Michael Pollan summarises the key Food Rules in his fun and quick to read book. Nice and simple! For those who are not fans of long nutrition theories, here are my favourite rules from his entertaining book: Eat food Don’t eat anything your … More “Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual” by Michael Pollan

Affluenza – How to be successful and stay sane by Oliver James

I’ve recently finished another interesting book by Olivier James. This one is about how many of us these days, and our society, are affected by what he calls the Affluenza virus, which he defines as “a set of (life) values which increase our vulnerability to emotional distress. It entails placing high value on acquiring money … More Affluenza – How to be successful and stay sane by Oliver James

“Eating well, a matter of intelligence” by Pilar Senpau

The first time I heard about this woman (Pilar Senpau) was years ago, in the Catalan TV program called Quequicom. The weekly program used to cover different subjects from a didactic-scientific approach, and that week it was about diets and losing weight. Pilar Senpau was the nutritionist of a girl who was trying to lose weight. … More “Eating well, a matter of intelligence” by Pilar Senpau