Summary: This was a really cool book! The author actually traveled and lived in the different countries with their healthcare systems that he explains. I feel like I understand the US system a lot better when I can put into perspective the rest of the worlds unique systems. There are some surprising places to get the best healthcare.
Summary: I thought this was pro vegetarian but it’s not. Turns out this is the book you would give to your son/daughter/friend who is starting to become vegan or vegetarian in order to convince them not too. So, naturally, it’s a pretty biased book. I think there was still some good info in there and regardless I still got to experience a different perspective. Still not going vegan anytime soon.
Summary: I’m constantly impressed with Vasily’s ability to control the flow of this story. There is always enough interesting things going on but he still manages to find a way to keep Mahan grounded. I’m excited to find out what happens next!
Summary: Our life is made of millions of moments, but we only remember a handful. The talent to create powerful moments is dramatically underappreciated. We can each do more to make more meaningful milestone moments.
Summary: In this book there are a lot of stories about people getting too much treatment from the US healthcare system. There are a lot of good examples of inefficiencies. I think a good amount of them are out dated examples because we’ve gotten better, and I also don’t think inefficiencies are the problem. I think the problem is with the structure of the system.
Summary: This is an awesome literary RPG book. If everyone had as much success as Mahan does then a lot more people would be playing RPG’s though. Even though it’s a little unrealistic and sometimes a little predictable it’s still fun, novel and captivating.
Summary: This is a good book. I’d almost recommend it. If it’s ratio of worthwhile content to fluffy content was substantially higher I would. Meaning in life is still super important though. Meaning is not happiness, we can live without pleasure but not without meaning. That’s the main thesis of the book.
Summary: I wouldn’t recommend this to just anyone. I don’t know what someone was thinking recommending this to me. Definitely wasn’t ready. Kind of a lot. Meant for people that are not single if you know what I mean, and probably meant more for females.
Summary: Probably some good recipes in this book although I didn’t actually try any. I think Myron tried too hard to create credibility and it came across as a little inauthentic to me. I want to try the banana pudding though.