I’ve never been much for a self-help book and haven’t been able to get through a single one until I found Lagom; The Swedish Art of Living a Balanced, Happy Life, by Niki Brantmark. I was hooked.
To break up the binge watching of Netflix shows and Christmas movies, grab a book and immerse yourself in one of these classic books this festive season.
Cannery Row, by John Steinbeck, is about a community of people who live on a certain strip in Monterey where they find happiness in their simple lives.
I came across Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey and the timing couldn’t have been more perfect. These words came to me when I needed them the most.
“Enjoy” is a faith-filled illustrative, scriptural based book on experiencing the fullness of life, and truly learning how to enjoy life in general. They cover the basis with scripture such as 1 Thessalonians that says to “rejoice always”.
I picked up Thanks for the Trouble just before entering my senior year of high school and I finished it feeling more inspired than ever. This clever novel contains an important message that is definitely worth the read.
The Little Paris Bookshop: This is a love story, and Perdu’s journey starts and ends with a woman. But it’s not just a love story. It’s a book about books.
Have you ever read a book that makes you cherish swallowing one sip of water? When I Was Young and In My Prime will do that.