Q+A with Alex Soojung Kim-Pang | Author of ‘Rest’
Rebel Book: #71
Book: Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less (Basic Books)
Meetup: Hop In – Virtual Event Space
Special Guest: Alex Soojung Kim-Pang, Hector (Unplugged Cabins) + Lauren Seager-Smith from Kidscape
Cocktails From Your Cupboard
by Mix + Muddle
Action: £250 raised for Kidscape
Q+A with Alex Soojung Kim-Pang
We have some highlights for you here… how we start every conversation – nonfiction read that’s had the biggest impact on you… Go!
Alex gives us the backstory to Rest in: How it Started … How it’s Going?
Pivoting deliberate rest for 2020 / 2021…?
Finally, the best advice ever received by the club – to nap!
We gave away 3 nights in an ‘Unplugged’ cabin with RBC member Hector!
Whilst also doing some low key research on unplugging during the month. Including screen time and notifications… Eek! Here’s Hector to explain:
Finally, each month we give our members the opportunity to donate the cost of a kindle book to a selected charity, usually associated with our theme.
This month we supported Kidscape, and here’s their CEO, Lauren Seager-Smith, to tell you all about their work.
Next up: The Fate of Food
April is all about The Fate of Food by Amanda Little.
The member’s meetup is on Tuesday 27th April @ 7pm (BST) featuring Amanda Little and Richard Walker, MD of Iceland Supermarkets in the UK and author of The Green Grocer.
Sign up now to join the fun!
If you’re new here, welcome!
We are Rebel Book Club, a global nonfiction book club.
We’ve been reading together for 5+ years and we exist to accelerate your reading habits, connect you with like-minded thinkers + doers and take positive action in a changing world…
We have an event at the end of each month, where we hear from experts in a relevant field to the books we’re reading – which is how this blog post came about.
We can’t wait to welcome you aboard!