Monday, December 26, 2022

Books in 2022

2022 was the first year in a long time when I read a lot in the health and fitness area. Not since 2011, when I was on a sabbatical and read ~30 books on running, has my reading been that specific. Still, I managed to get some reading not directly relevant to work also. The no of books dropped drastically since the year was up and down personally. I just lacked the energy to read consistently*. 

Of course, I have read a bunch of children's books over the past 3+ years, thanks to my boys. Most of them are wonderful and I remember this particular quirky story, Tikki Tikki Tembo among others.

Here are the books

  1. Why we get sick by Benjamin Bikman
  2. Metabolical by Robert Lustig
  3. The Mom Test by Rob Fitzpatrick
  4. The Cold Start problem by Andrew Chen
  5. What doesn't kill you by Scott Carney
  6. Breath by James Nestor
  7. Why we swim by Bonnie Tsu
  8. Klopp: Bring the Noise by Raphael Honigstein
  9. To be a machine by Mark O'Connell
  10. Titan by Vinay Kamath
  11. The Midlife Cyclist by Phil Cavell
  12. Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman
  13. 7 Rules of Power by Jeffrey Pfeffer

*Imagine having a copy of Astrophysics for people in a hurry and still not having read it. That's how bad it was.