As we get ready to slowly (and safely) transition into the new year 2021, I thought I would give you some recommendations of books that certainly made 2020 bearable but also expanded my mind (a lot) more!
2021 is full of wonder and new beginnings. Maybe this is the year you fall in love, make career moves, or decide to continue your education. Maybe this past year at home helped you to look more inside yourself, I know my mental health was tested many times throughout the lockdown.
Whatever this year might bring you, I wanted to give you some great books that will help to expand your mind and maybe change the way you view situations, and help you better take control to reach the life you want to live in 2021.
Five Books to Read to Start the New Year (if you haven’t already)
1) The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
This is the book that you need to read that will help you understand that people react based on what they have inside of them, their reactions are just merely a projection of themselves.
2) Super Attractor + Journal by Gabrielle Bernstein
What I love about this book, is that it gives you exercises to practice to improve your trust in the Universe. The journal has prompts and questions for you to answer and it’s also a great companion to add your thoughts after every chapter or long day. This book is a great guide to turn your live around in a positive way.
3) The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman
Ah, love! we are constantly seeking it, giving it, and waiting for it. This book is all about the different love languages that exist. The way we communicate love and how we feel it. This book will help you to better understand how you receive love and how your partner does too or the people around you.
4) The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein
Our commitment to love and joy, that’s what this book is all about. To let you understand the connection we have with the Universe and how our purpose in life is to be loved and spread love.
5) Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
All those lies we tend to tell ourselves you find them in this book. It helps you understand how we need to change our own mindsets and honor what we say we are going to do. No one likes a flakey friend, so why are we flakey with ourselves? Really great read to put things into perspective.
If you have books that you feel should be added let me know in the comments.