Reading/Resource List

Constantly being update-last updated 5 March 2015

I do read a lot and found keeping a list here very hard to maintain to give those who are interested an accurate list of what I'm reading, going to read and I also wanted to keep a list of what I've read this year and while in Africa. After researching I found GoodReads to be fantastic to do so. You can friend me on there or my list can be found here. Honestly after comping all my scared even me.
    Grenada & the Caribbean:
    A-Z of Grenada Heritage by Martin, John Angus
    Bradt Travel book Grenada by Crask, Paul

    Watching: (most found on Netflix)
    Timbuktu (2014)
    Intouchables (2011)

    Youssou N'Dour: I bring what I love (2010)
    Triage: Dr. James Orbinski's Humanitarian Dilemma (2009)
    Béla Fleck: Throw Down Your Heart (2009)
    Waging a losing war against Mosquitoes (CBS News July1 2012)
    A Walk to Beautiful (How Ethiopia deals with women with fistulas and a clinic that is able to help) (2008)
    Lili and the Baobab (2006)

    Ted Talks (on Netflix or
    •  From Poverty to Progress
    • The Toxic Baby 
    Can be found here. They needed their own page.
    Other resources I use:
    What Happens When You Live Abroad
    Glimpse: Stories from Abroad and the Matador Network
    Hesperian Health Guides -this website is awesome, free online books about "Where There Is No Doctor" & "Water for Life"
    Expat Women - great website for all things traveling and directed towards women & traveling alone.

    1 comment:

    1. The American Soul by Jacob Needleman.

      A must-read!