Coffeechug Reads and Does Not Read the Following

I am decluttering my life inside and out. This means that this website is undergoing change. I have eliminated a few things already(blog post coming) and one of the key things is my weekly newsletter in which I share the books I read.

The reason is that the amount of work to create this each week is not worth the time. It takes too long, causes me stress, and additionally very little people were reading the newsletter. The reason I believe is that it is just one more click and we all hate having to click more than once or twice.

I am not going to repost all the prior book reviews the last two weeks. I don’t want to drown my site with a ton of book reviews.

Instead I will just share my video reviews that I was creating. I am not sure if I will continue to make these because not many have been watching. Perhaps the newsletter for these were not ideal. I am testing to see how things go by posting them directly to the site and compare.

Here are all four videos

Find all books referenced here

As I continue to make changes in terms of streamlining this site and offering what people want please let me know what you think. I am making these decisions based on data on the site and my personal insights, but would love to provide the services that people want.

Let me know.

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3 thoughts on “Coffeechug Reads and Does Not Read the Following

  1. While looking for the Vagabonding book, I came across this. You’ve got to read this book : 55 people tell the story of the book that changed their life / [compiled by] Jack Canfield, Gay Hendricks with Carol Kline.
    In it one of the writers, writes about the Vagabonding book.
    You should also check out this book:
    An autobiography of Louis L’Amour. Education of a wandering man.

    • Thank you for sharing these books. I have tracked them down and have them added to my pile of books to read. Will review soon! Thanks for connecting.

  2. I don’t know if I posted this already but “Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work” is a great read for anyone who thinks of themselves as a Maker.