Every year I have some sort of reading goal and if you have followed for a while, you know I am a Powersheets user so those really hold me accountable. Last year I had a goal of reading 52 books and I was bummed that I only read 38 but I am setting out to read 52 books again this year! I found that I don’t read much in the summer because I’m too busy having fun in the warm weather so while it’s cold out, I am reading as much as I can when I can.
While I am currently read Lagom by Niki Brantmark, I am also creating a list of books I want to read this year.
What’s on your list to read? Have you read any of these?
THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING
By Joan Didion
All about the attempt to start life again after the loss of her husband. I’ll start this when I feel like crying I think.
THE WHOLE-BRAIN CHILD
By Daniel Siegel
I’ve heard so many good things about how this book will change how you interact with your children and I can’t wait to dive in.
By Alli Worthington
This sounds like it might align well with an intense one I read last year. I can’t wait to get my hands on this book.
BIRD BY BIRD
By Anne Lamott
One of my dreams is to write a book someday but while I dream I should at least read about writing.
TELL ME MORE
By Kelly Corrigan
I love to read the books that make me feel just a little uncomfortable. Those are always the ones I benefit from the most and I think this book will be one of those uncomfortable but exhilarating reads.
THE MIRACLE MORNING
By Hal Elrod
One of my favorite bloggers read this and said it changed her entire approach on how she does mornings so I’m looking forward to digging into this book.
THE BROKEN WAY
By Ann Voskamp
I loved reading One Thousand Gifts by Ann. Her writing is such a breath of fresh air.
By Amanda de Cadenet
I feel like “Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women’ kind of says it all.
THE ART OF STOPPING TIME
By Pedram Shojai
Short essays involving mindfulness and practical activities to help create this in you life sounds like it’s exactly what I need to start this year fresh.
By Kim John Payne
The title says it all for me and the reviews are out of this world so I can’t even imagine how good the book must be.