Happy Thursday everyone!!
I hope your days have gone well. I’m continuing my late posting trend since my lunch hour got changed for this week and just popping in to post a quick throwback to a book I read two Christmases ago. I found this little gem at an airport, I believe in Seattle, after my connecting flight had been canceled and I was forced to wait for about five hours to take the flight I’d been switched to. And honestly, I am so glad that I did. I don’t usually buy books from airports, ironically enough, as I’ve typically got three or four with me already, but I was bored and it looked interesting so I went ahead and bought it.
Luvvie Ajayi began as a blogger, eventually gaining a large enough following that I guess it just made sense to write a book. I’m Judging You: The Do Better Manual is a fantastic piece of writing that addresses a number of social issues in an amusing and easy to understand manner. Frankly, this is one of those books that I think should be pretty widely read and is the sort of book I would want a teenager to read to get them started on understanding the very issues Ajayi brings up. I gave it to my brother who was thirteen at the time partially because I want him to have a thorough understanding and partially because I don’t think my parents have really done an adequate job of introducing him to these issues.