Sarah Begley has a review of Rest in Time Magazine:
Americans may have come around to the importance of rest in our frenzied, workaholic society. But what if that’s a philosophical problem? In his new book, Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less, Alex Soojung-Kim Pang makes the case for rest, not as an antidote to work but as an aid.
I’m old-school enough to enjoy seeing the magazine article.
The New Scientist reviewed the book a month ago, along with the Rest and its Discontents exhibit; it’s cool to start seeing the reviews coming in.