Love them or loathe them, New Year’s resolutions are the talk of early January, and most won’t make it to mid-January.
I personally have never made them; however, this year, in a bid to live my best life and conquer the things I keep putting off, I think I may be persuaded to make a couple. How long I keep them for is another matter entirely.
Catching up on some reading will be one part of my new resolutions. So in a bid to start January with a bang, I will devour the following three books. Wish me luck!
“You Are A Badass Every Day” — by Jen Sincero
Touted as the perfect companion in keeping you “fresh, grateful, mighty and driven,” Sincero’s latest book is one I cannot wait to get started on. Offering 100 exercises and reflections, this book promises to be as brilliant as “You Are A Badass” and “You Are A Badass At Making Money,” and is definitely one to read to reignite your greatness.
“52 Lists for Togetherness: Journaling Inspiration to Deepen Connections with Your Loved Ones” — by Moorea Seal
This book is filled with fun and thought-provoking lists to complete over 52 weeks. It’s as pretty as it is useful, filled with wonderful photography and illustrations. By completing these lists, you will learn more about who you are and how to strengthen connections with those around you, including those all-important, long-lasting bonds with loved ones.
“The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organising” — by Marie Kondo
This book is not new, but it’s one I have been meaning to read for a long time, which in itself baffles me because I’m all about being neat and organised. This is on my shelf and ready to start. I am excited to have a home filled only with items that “spark joy.” I’m a firm believer in everything this author says, and that’s from reading the sleeve alone!