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SaunteringVaguelyDownwards
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#growth

I sometimes struggle to feel like I'm actually accomplishing anything because I've taken so long on my dissertation, but putting this message up in the study room at my library to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of their new building made me realize just how much I've done!
(I actually wrote over 60,000 if you include notes)!

#gratitude30

SaunteringVaguelyDownwards I'm actually going to combine this with day 2: #knowledge! 1w
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Vivlio_Gnosi

Very excited to start #NFNov tomorrow!
#Nonfiction #Learning #Knowledge #TIL #TodayILearned
Thanks to @rsteve388 and @Clwojick.
Hit them up if you want to join!

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NotCool
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Pickpick

There are 2 things I think are really important to know about this book. 1 : it‘s amazing how much was going on, outside the bounds of what was taught in my World History class. And 2: the father of surgery, Khalid al-Zahrawi wrote a book titled “The Arrangement of Medical Knowledge for One Who is Not Able to Compile a Book for Himself”. It‘s petty and I love it.

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Vivlio_Gnosi
The Gene: An Intimate History | Siddhartha Mukherjee
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Adding this #Nonfiction #medical book to my #TBR stack. I'm excited to read Mukherjee's follow up to his wildly successful #EmperorofAllMaladies.
#knowledge #power #PulitzerPrize

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em_lemo
What about Me? | Ed Young
Pickpick

I enjoyed this book very much(pub.1985). I love having the cross cultural perspective that these Folktales are able to achieve and bring. These types of books are some of my favorites because it shows off cultures other than the one I live in.
Aside from that, I think that the illustrations are very unique. I like the constant theme and background with the writing and the illustrations.
“Often, Knowledge comes to us when we least expect it.“

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KimHM
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Pickpick

If the very sight of the word “epistemology” makes you quiver, give this terrific entry in the VSI series a go. You‘ll come away steady as a rock—or not 😍😍😍📚❤️📚💚📚💙📚❤️📚💚📚💙

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Shemac77
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Mehso-so

Meh. It was ok. Funny in spots. Finished reading in this beautiful spot by the lake.

Megabooks Beautiful! 2mo
Cathythoughts Oh wow 👍🏻♥️✨ 2mo
Buechersuechtling How wonderful. Makes one think that such a beautiful spot deserves a book one enjoyed more. 2mo
JenReadsAlot Gorgeous! 2mo
kspenmoll How beautiful! 2mo
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Shemac77
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Pre-night shift reading.

AlaMich Nice collection of Christopher Moore ya got there! 😊 3mo
Shemac77 Adore Christopher Moore! @AlaMich 3mo
AlaMich When I listened to Fool on audio, read by the amazing Euan Morton, I just about wet myself I laughed so hard. 🤣 3mo
Suet624 Lamb! 3mo
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Caterina
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Stopped by an anarchist community bookstore that's worker-owned in Asheville, NC on our way to Nashville, TN today! Wish I lived near it, it was so up my alley! 😍😍😍 Bought the tagged book and my brother bought The Revolution of Everyday Life by Raoul Vaneigem. All about those worker-owned collectively-operated bookstores. ❤️ Almost to Nashville, our first stop on the way to moving me to Berkeley! #californiaorbust

Scochrane26 Asheville is my favorite. 3mo
Caterina @Scochrane26 I love Asheville! I haven't spent much time in it, but I've loved every visit I've had. We only had time yesterday for lunch and this quick bookstore stop, but it was perfect. 😊 3mo
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librarybat
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