Marie Kondo is more popular than ever thanks to her new Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, originally released in the US in 2014 (and Japan in 2011), has once again skyrocketed up the bestseller lists and acquired copious waitlistees at libraries. Her second book, Spark … Continue reading Gold Millennial Tidying Challenge!
This was our first time reading a fiction novel from our book club, but unfortunately we still did not get much participation. My mom and I read it though and we had fun comparing notes together afterwards. Due to low participation, we have decided that this will have been the last book club discussion we … Continue reading Thoughts on Unsheltered
For our January book club, we will be reading Unsheltered, by Barbara Kingsolver. When I saw Barbara Kingsolver's name in my email from Barnes and Nobel back in October, my heart skipped a beat. If you've read some of my prior blog posts, you know that Barbara Kingsolver is that person I'd like to be … Continue reading January Book Club: Barbara Kingsolver’s Unsheltered
The Gold Millennial book club met on Friday via livestream to discuss our November read - Rupi Kaur's The Sun and Her Flowers. You can watch the recorded version of the livestream here. We thought this would be a great book club pick since Kaur has garnered a reputation for being "The Millennial poet," and … Continue reading The Sun and Her Flowers follow up
Last month, we read Leaders Eat Last as the launch of our Gold Millennial book club, and I followed up our discussion with a write up summarizing some of the most poignant messages and lessons we gleaned Simon Sinek's 26 brilliant chapters. I was pleased and honored that my grandma Bernie was enthusiastic about our … Continue reading A Conversation with My Grandma
Subscription boxes are becoming more and more popular amongst Millennials, and I'm a sucker for the ones that are just too perfect for my kids. So far we have subscribed to Kiwi Crate, Mel Science, and Literati. We are also looking into Bits Box, which teaches coding to kids ages 6-12. One day back in … Continue reading We Love Literati
Each month after our book club discussion, we will share some highlights from the discussion itself, and also some of our own thoughts that we may not have gotten to share during the livestream. Last month we read Leaders Eat Last, by Simon Sinek. You do not have to have read the book in order … Continue reading What We Learned from Leaders Eat Last
Hello Gold Millennials! On Monday we announced that we will be launching a Gold Millennial book club! Today we are excited to share the first book with everyone: Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek. Why Leaders Eat Last? As an avid Sinek follower, it only makes sense to talk about WHY this book is such … Continue reading Let’s Read Leaders Eat Last!
Angela, Mia, and I have been hard at work behind the scenes to bring you a new, interactive program we are proud to launch. October 1st begins the Gold Millennial Book Club. Each month we will read a different book, discuss it at the end of the month via a Facebook Live Stream, and follow … Continue reading The Gold Millennial Book Club!